$2.3M Financial District pad has been completely remodeled into an open-concept loft

Posted On Mon, August 29, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, August 29, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Financial District, Interiors

This three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment at the Financial District condo 54 Pine Street has been totally remodeled into an open-concept loft. The owners moved the kitchen (and then outfitted it with new appliances) to create the third bedroom/office space. The open kitchen now looks out onto a long, open living and dining room that’s anchored by exposed brick and arched ceilings. The entire apartment, in fact, boasts lots of lofty details, and it’s now on the market for $2.285 million.

54 pine street, tribeca, condo, kitchen

54 pine street, tribeca, condo

Here’s a look at the renovated kitchen, which opens right up into the rest of the apartment. It now has new features like a Sub-Zero fridge, granite counter tops, a Viking wine refrigerator and stainless steel Bosch appliances.

54 pine street, tribeca, condo, dining room

The dining and living room area is impressively spacious, with 13-foot arched ceilings and exposed brick.

54 pine street, tribeca, condo, bedroom

54 pine street, tribeca, condo, bedroom

The master bedroom, too, boasts the arched ceilings and exposed brick, not the mention a walk-in closet. The master is located on the opposite side of the living room, with two more bedrooms situated in between.

54 pine street, tribeca, condo, bathroom

54 pine street, tribeca, condo, bathroom

Both bathrooms were upgraded with marble counter tops, while the master bedroom got a tiled backsplash and stall shower.

54 pine street, tribeca, condo, floorplan

Finally, here’s a look at the work the owners did in the renovation. The apartment occupies the entire third floor of the condo building, which only holds a total of four apartments. As the listing notes, it’s the rules of a condo with the coziness of a co-op. And of course, the interior decor of a warehouse loft building.

[Listing: 54 Pine Street, #3 by Jason Grauerholz and Ricky Hadzovic II for Nestseekers]

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