This Williamsburg apartment takes full advantage of its soaring, 18-foot ceilings lined with concrete beams. The lofty living room features floor-to-ceiling, built-in bookshelves that require a ladder to fully access, four massive casement windows, and a loft with a glass wall that overlooks the soaring space. Located at the Esquire Lofts at 330 Wythe Avenue—a former shoe polish factory—this apartment spans 1,450 square feet and includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The unit hit the market last month asking $7,500 a month, but its owners just gave it a small price cut, bringing the monthly rent to $6,995.
A recent renovation kept the lovely lofty details of the apartment–large windows, high ceilings–but paired that with high-end, modern accents. The decor, too, is completely refined.
The dining area is located off to the side of the living room, underneath the loft, and leads into the kitchen. The open kitchen, renovated with nice appliances and a breakfast bar, boasts distinctive blue cabinetry set against the white painted brick.
Here’s a look at the master and second bedroom. The second bedroom, located in the upstairs loft, could either be opened up to the living room (thanks to that full glass wall) or given privacy by pulling a curtain.
The bathroom’s been decked out in different styles of custom tile.
330 Wythe got its one-of-a-kind loft apartments when the building was converted in 2000. Residents share a common terrace and garden, but the real appeal are these unique, interior spaces. Here’s an apartment there that hit the market with stunning views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline, and we called this unit up for rent in 2015 “the ultimate Williamsburg loft.”
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Photos courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg