This two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft comes from a historic building at 37B Crosby Street, between Broome and Grand in Soho, that’s been converted to a cooperative. Like many other downtown loft apartments, it is distinguished by its massive “great room”–an open living room, dining room and kitchen. Unlike the traditional loft, the bedrooms are built out in separate spaces.
The design is completely modern and refined, paired with those great old loft details like high ceilings, big windows and exposed brick (there are even two working fireplaces throughout the apartment). It’s all up for sale asking a cool $2 million. The apartment last sold in 2008 for $1.495 million.
The entry foyer leads you directly into the “great room,” which measures 24-by-24-feet. In here you’ve got two exposures under high ceilings. For even more light, glass doors lead out onto a small patio. The listing compares the apartment design to a “secluded Tuscany hideaway,” whatever that means. All we know is that the natural wood and warm colors do make for a relaxing space.
The current owners have plenty of space to design dedicated dining and living areas within this room. The dining area can seat as many as 12 people! How cool would it be to throw a dinner party in this apartment?
The kitchen is also pretty impressive. It’s outfitted with custom wood cabinets, tons of counter space, and a breakfast bar that offers more seating. There’s also a double pantry and a washer and dryer.
Both bedrooms are located off the entry foyer. Each have two big windows, fireplaces and tons of closets. (The smaller bedroom has a double closet and the larger master bedroom has a grand total of five big closets.) We’re liking the painted exposed brick that surrounds both fireplaces.
There’s also an ensuite bathroom off the master bedroom with a double vanity and large glass-enclosed shower with mosaic tiles.
37B Crosby seems like a relatively lax co-op building–the listing says the building allows pets, pied-a-terres and foreign buyers. You also can’t beat the location, which is pretty much in the heart of Soho, such a short walking distance from Broadway, Canal, Spring and Houston.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Soho