If you’re looking for a bachelor pad to end all bachelor pads, we’ve got exactly what you need. This 4,600-square foot, 3BR/3.5BA loft, designed by award winning architects at Contegiacomo and Associates, understands the importance of meeting the needs of the single guy without filling potential mates with an overwhelming desire to overhaul his entire apartment with a woman’s touch. That’s right, 17 West 17th Street #3FL is more than just any apartment; it’s the best wingman in town.
Sleek and modern with a nod to the building’s historic past, this home oozes sophistication and style. The architects of Contegiacomo and Associates left many of the home’s industrial details intact, giving it an overall polish by adding new fixtures, finishes and cabinetry all throughout.
The Boffi kitchen has everything one would need to whip up a meal (or even just pretend that they are an amazing chef) with its top-of-the-line Gaggenau appliances—including a double oven with rotisserie, and a Wolf Stove with infrared grill. Whether it be pizza or filet mignon, everything will look gourmet in here.
But the bedroom is where the magic happens; and by magic we mean hypnotizing views of a gorgeous lit aquarium from just about every vantage point. This through-wall aquarium is visible from the sitting area, the shower in the Boffi-equipped bathroom, and the bed.
Add to that a custom office with teak storage cabinets and blackened steel shelving, Poliform closets and Bisazza Mosaic tiles.
You can have all this for $6.95 million.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
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Neighborhoods : Flatiron