This deliciously lofty two-bedroom apartment comes from the West Broadway Arches, a Soho co-op at 140 Thompson Street. The building boasts a historic brick facade, while the interior’s decked out with 14-foot ceilings, oversized arched windows, white oak floors, and exposed wood beams. A modernized, open floorplan also makes this a nice apartment for entertaining–or at least that’s what the listing suggests.
An open foyer leads you to the long, open great room. It’s large enough for a living room area, dining room and open kitchen–and all three spaces flow together seamlessly. The chef’s kitchen has hand-crafted Whitestone counters and plenty of high-end appliances. Built-in seating and shelving sits below the massive windows lining the other end.
A renovation creatively added two lofted bedrooms. The first, a kids room, has a play space below that leads up to a lofted bed. Slats separate the bed from the lower level for some privacy, but in the spirit of the apartment design it still feels open and airy.
The second bedroom is also lofted, but a full wall of windows connects it to the living space below. (Curtains can be pulled for privacy.) This upper level also has a closet and bathroom.
There’s some bonus space, not pictured in the listing. That includes a small closet-lined office off the foyer, and a murphy bed that pulls out behind the kitchen to create a makeshift guest room.
The beautiful, 30-unit co-op is located right off West Houston. It’s equidistance between the 1/2 trains at Houston Street and the B/D/F/M at Broadway-Lafayette.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Soho