This classic loft at 49 Bleecker Street comes completely furnished, all set up for a short-term rental at $6,500 a month. It may be suitable for corporate renters as the listing suggests, but the 950-square-foot co-op on a perfect Noho block looks like it would be just as much fun if you’re in town for play rather than work. Funky flea market-chic furniture, colorful wall art and cool design elements–throws, pillows, vintage lighting, culturally relevant non-fiction–have been carefully selected and casually distributed.
The building itself is a pre-war neighborhood classic, with Culture Projects’ Lynn Redgrave Theater performance space on the ground level. Inside (there’s an elevator), those airplane-hangar loft ceilings are unmistakeable.
For the eccentric executive, the corner office awaits. Must wear many hats.
In the clean and lovely loft kitchen, we’re sure the toast will pop as soon as you arrive; the fruit basket’s already there, and wine o’clock is covered.
Modern perks like a walk-in wardrobe and well-designed bathrooms bring the space beyond bare-bones loft territory–without pushing into the “this used to be a loft” territory we’re all too familiar with.
Wheels of steel: Check.
According to the listing, the space is furnished with high-end furniture and everything else you’ll need for your stay.
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Neighborhoods : Noho