The Soho cooperative 57 Thompson Street is full of apartments we like: like this cozy one bedroom asking $730,000 last year, or this dreamy two bedroom that was up for rent, or this straightforward one bedroom asking $625,000 last fall. Next up is the studio apartment #5F, now on the rental market for $2,500 a month. Located on a high floor of the six-story brick building, it’s a bright, renovated space with pretty pre-war details intact and a good amount of storage for just over 200 square feet.
The space might not be big but it still boasts nice details like exposed brick, high ceilings, and hardwood floors. According to the owner, it was renovated in 2012 by Gina Turchin Interiors. The firm added a floor-to-ceiling shoe rack, separated the space from the door to the bed, and designed the “living room” around the mirror. The open kitchen, tucked into a corner, was also revamped, built out with as much cabinetry as you could fit in the tiny space. The windows were replaced, too, in the renovation.
The cozy bedroom nook, which fits a full bed, is lined with a painted exposed brick. There are two closets nearby. This co-op rental has the option of coming furnished–not a bad decision given that it’s well decorated with furniture that compliments the interior.
The marble bathroom, too, got a complete overhaul in the renovation.
57 Thompson is an elevator co-op on a quiet, tree-lined street of Soho, near the Tribeca border. Because this apartment is located on an upper floor of the building, it’s even more serene. But if the studio ever starts feeling too quiet, or a bit too small–the bustle of Canal Street and 6th Avenue are a short walk from the building’s front door.
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Photos courtesy of CORE
Neighborhoods : Soho