For $8,000 a month, this loft-like Nolita two-bedroom offers a chic and sunny ambiance with glazed brick tiled floors, exposed wooden beams and brick walls in every room, and eclectic decor that is definitely the definition of downtown cool. With a roomy living area, large master bedroom, two full bathrooms, and all the amenities you want, this unit at 262 Mott Street is a dream.
The apartment features an open living and dining area filled with architectural details: rare brick floors, exposed brick walls, wood beams, and columns. The kitchen was recently renovated in a minimal white palette and comes equipped with a dishwasher and built-in microwave. The apartment also has an in-unit washer and dryer.
On either side of the central living area are two bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom. The master has large sunny windows and a soaking tub in the bathroom. The second bedroom would be a great guest room or home office, with its own private entrance from the living room.
If an apartment is all about the location, it’s hard to beat this one. Nestled in the heart of Nolita, it’s right in the middle of Soho, Noho and the Lower East Side. The unit’s western exposure windows overlook Mott Street with views onto the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral. 262 Mott is a building with a storied past, first as a pre-civil war armory, and later as a residence to artists and musicians, including Moby.
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Neighborhoods : Nolita