The expansive living area of this rare-to-the-market designer loft in the former Garfield Building on the Lower East Side offers complete flexibility within its gorgeous exposed brick walls. Floor-to-ceiling double-paned windows, beamed ceilings, and white oak floors all artfully combine to present a beautiful blank slate easily configured to perfectly suit your needs.
Sometimes the downside of a singular living space is that you can’t hide a bit of mess in one of the other rooms–and if you’re like us, it’s hard to always keep things tidy when you’re busy, busy, busy. Fortunately, this loft has a separate bedroom to stash your clutter when last minute guests arrive.
Oh, wait…not much you can hide here as that giant glass wall between the bedroom and the living space, while admittedly cool to look at, might have a few drawbacks. It might be wise to invest in some oversized curtains.
At least the bathroom offers complete privacy in luxurious fashion: slate walls, and a huge shower stall with a rain showerhead makes it feel like a mini spa.
Sitting at the crossroads of the Lower East Side and Chinatown, the former Garfield Building’s roof deck – which you’ll have full access to once you snap up this $1.25 million dollar residence – promises incredible city sights no matter which direction you turn, including both river and bridge views. Combine that with this home’s gorgeous interior and we’d welcome the chance to make it our own–even if it means being extra neat.
Photos courtesy of Douglass Elliman
Neighborhoods : Lower East Side