Here’s a $3.995 million Tribeca loft with so much flexibility you can practically do whatever you want with it. The 2,833-square-foot duplex condo is a former art gallery that offers a perfect live/work opportunity. There’s also a separate entrance for retail space on the ground floor (currently being used as a photography studio), as well as an artsy outdoor space with a charming European flair and funky glass floor. So when we say the options are endless, we actually mean it.
The layout can easily be manipulated to accommodate up to four bedrooms, and the walls of the upper level are clad in exposed brick. In the back of the apartment, there’s a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows with sliding glass doors that lead to a 230-square-foot outdoor space, a perfect little spot for curling up with a book or entertaining friends. And thanks to three skylights in the floor of this outdoor space, the lower level gets some additional light (although walking on a skylight might take some getting used to). The light from the skylights streams directly into the loft’s kitchen and dining room, although both can be relocated if you wish.
17 Jay Street is an intimate, self-managed, five-unit elevator condo. It’s close to transportation, shops, restaurants, Whole Foods, and the Hudson River Promenade.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
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