When you’re tasked with decorating a 32-foot-long living room, you know you’ve made it in the world. Luckily such a room, located at this Hell’s Kitchen apartment up for rent at 529 Ninth Avenue, is lined with exposed brick which lends it plenty of character. This lofty top-floor apartment is 1,200 square feet, with its own private roof deck. For all that space, it’s going to cost $4,800 a month.
Upon entering you walk directly into the long “great room,” the centerpiece of the apartment. Alongside the wall of exposed brick, 10-foot ceilings are topped with exposed beams. A brick-lined fireplace in the living room area, alongside two large windows, keep the sprawling space feeling cozy. It’s also the ideal space, as the listing suggests, to hang lots of artwork.
The kitchen was renovated this year. It includes a new washer/dryer system, tons of counter space, a butcher block, dishwasher and a gas range with a hood. The open shelving looks especially good against the brick walls.
There’s a small office located off the living room, and a much larger master bedroom with two closets. (And more brick, of course, in both rooms.) And here’s an apartment bonus, not pictured: a private landing in front of the entrance that’s large enough for a bench and shoe storage.
The private roof deck is just waiting to be transformed into a party space. There’s even a little brick detailing up here, too! Exposed brick for the win.
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Neighborhoods : Hell's Kitchen