This apartment may not have an outdoor space, but it’s boasting the next best thing. That would be tons and tons of greenery tucked into every corner of the apartment–a loft with more jungle-like vibes than industrial ones. It’s located in a former warehouse at 63 North 3rd Street, just off the North Williamsburg waterfront. It’s got the regular loft aesthetic: high ceilings, big windows, exposed pipes, and one wide open space, but it’s all the interior landscaping that really makes the space unique.
The listing doesn’t offer square footage, but you can tell it’s a wide open studio space with plenty of room to stretch out. The current renter, among the plants, has distinguished each area from the other, which includes an entrance/closet space, kitchen, bedroom and living room.
A renovated and stainless steel kitchen separates the sunken living room from the platform bedroom. The lower level is lined with polished concrete floors.
The dark wood platform provides a nice sense of separation from the bedroom space–we could also see a curtain going up here for more privacy. Of course, not a corner of the apartment goes without greenery, and we love the plants hanging from the exposed brick. It’s a good use of old industrial details!
This 48-unit rental building is located one block from the waterfront, and four blocks from the scenic East River State Park. Although the closest subway is the Bedford Avenue L, residents have close access to the ferry when the line shuts down in 2019.
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Photos courtesy of Citi Habitats
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg