This Gramercy/Flatiron pad at 333 Park Avenue South, available for rent furnished or unfurnished for $14,000 per month, has all your classic loft details such as rustic beamed ceilings, wooden columns, and massive industrial windows. But it’s also been reconfigured into a multifunctional, multi-level home that has plenty of separate zones for photo studio work, office space, entertaining, living, and any other use you could think of. Add in the slew of custom built-ins, chic decor, and artsy wall treatments, and that five-digit price tag seems a lot more reasonable.
The loft’s 14-foot ceilings make it a photogenic choice regardless; three mezzanine areas hover above the living room and kitchen. The listing tells us that “depending on your needs, these three areas can be used as work stations…or sleeping areas.”
The kitchen looks like a luxury loft kitchen should, with white marble counters, high-end appliances and two refrigerators for entertaining the whole cast and crew.
In the dining zone, a massive chandelier holds court above a table that accommodates 12-14 guests. Says the listing, “With many moving parts, the loft can be easily reconfigured to fit the needs of a marketing/design/photo studio, office or meting space. Whatever you wish, pretty much works.” Also ready for action are a second bath with a Jacuzzi tub, flat screen TVs, a washer/dryer, A/C, a voice intercom and passenger and freight elevators. Downstairs, one of the home’s bedrooms conceals a Murphy bed and an en-suite bath.
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Images courtesy of Bond New York.
Neighborhoods : Flatiron