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Cool Listings, Interiors, Noho

Noho Penthouse Will Show You Its Curves for $10,000/Month

By Aisha Carter, Thu, November 13, 2014

19 Bond Street, Naomi Watts former residence, Alan Rickman house hunted, roofdeck and archways

If you’re a fan of curves and arches, this $10,000 per month penthouse at 19 Bond Street in Noho just might be your mecca. The two-bedroom corner loft stuns with 1,450 square feet of interior space and an additional 850-square-foot planted roof deck, not to mention a few lofted spaces and streams of natural light flooding in from southwestern exposures.

More Curves and Arches This Way

Interiors, Noho

AKIYOSHI LOFT, Bento Box Loft, Loft Noho, Koko Architecture and Design

Making space for all of your things is a constant challenge when living in New York City, and efficient storage is a valuable commodity (any seasoned New Yorker would agree). That’s why this cleverly designed Noho loft, inspired by the neatly-packed Japanese bento box, has caught our attention. Koko, the architecture firm responsible for the delicious design, was approached by friends (and now clients) to revamp their 1,400 square foot loft into a space capable providing for the needs of a growing family.

See how everything fits into place

Cool Listings, Interiors, Noho

Charming Nikolai Katz-Designed Noho Loft Asks $5 Million

By Aisha Carter, Tue, October 21, 2014

27 Bleecker Street, Nikolai Katz design, cast-iron columns

An adorable two-bedroom renovated loft, designed by Nikolai Katz, has just popped up on the market, asking $4.895 million. The 2,200-square-foot pad is basically the best of all worlds, with original details and modern updates, and a prime Noho location.

There are actually a few proposed options for this flexible floor plan. Each one makes the most of the natural light provided from the home’s oversized, northern and southern-facing windows. An open living space showcases many of the loft’s original details, such as exposed brick walls, 10-foot ceilings, exposed beams and a cast-iron column.

Take a look inside, here

Cool Listings, East Village, Greenwich Village, Interiors, Noho

1 Bond St #2D, Robbins & Appleton Building, Stephen Decatur Hatch

Is this a case of buyer’s remorse? Just nine months after selling for $1.925 million, apartment 2D at 1 Bond Street has found its way back on the market, this time asking $2.195 million. The 1,205-square-foot unit is a modern take on a classic loft with tall beamed ceilings, exposed brick walls, brand new oak hardwoods, and original cast-iron columns. Add to that, a strategic layout that makes the most of the natural light flooding in from the space’s four oversized windows, and you have a luminous haven in a prime location.

Take a look inside, here

Cool Listings, Interiors, Noho, Quirky Homes

Noho Historic District, 3 Great Jones Street, Jones Alley, Greek Revival townhouse, Noho real estate

The Noho Historic District is one of the most charming in Manhattan, with quaint cobblestone streets and an eclectic mix of historic lofts that once housed the city’s dry goods centers and early-19th-century houses. And one of these quirky buildings is 3 Great Jones Street. The Greek Revival townhouse was erected in 1845, replacing a former stable building. It saw façade alterations in the 1920s, but the entryway to unit R1 still retains all of its old-time appeal, as it’s situated on the side of the building on Jones Alley (formerly known as Shinbone Alley), a private, gated mews. A 14-foot, historic wooden door surrounded by welcoming plants leads to the duplex loft, on the market for $3.7 million.

You don’t want to miss this home

Cool Listings, Interiors, Manhattan, Noho, Quirky Homes

5 Great Jones Street

Okay, so this two bedroom rental at 5 Great Jones Street doesn’t really have a tree house, but given all the interesting touches in this Noho apartment, it wouldn’t surprise us. The “tree house” is actually a fully enclosed and windowed loft space overlooking the enormous master bedroom and accessed via a metal spiral stair. It’s suspended in such a way that it reminded us of a leafy escape; and the whimsical swing hanging at its side certainly lent to our imagination. Call it what you want, this elevated room is as functional as it is fun and can be used as a small den and adjoining office without sacrificing any of the master’s 800-square-feet, which perhaps is so large because it once doubled as puppeteer Kermit Love’s set studio, where Sesame Street‘s Big Bird and Snuffleupagus were born.

Tour the enchanting home here

Cool Listings, Interiors, Noho

Bright and Beautiful Loft on a “Great Street” in Noho

By Stephanie Hoina, Tue, August 12, 2014

43 Great Jones Street

Location, location, location. Well, this large and sunny loft is located, quite literally, on a “great street” – 43 Great Jones Street, to be exact. And though the classic exterior of the building looks much as it did when first constructed in 1920, its interior has been beautifully renovated, blending many of the original industrial details with more refined modern touches.

Right this way to see more of this “great” loft

Celebrities, Interiors, Noho

Law & Order Star Sells Noho Loft for $3.25 Million

By Aisha Carter, Thu, June 26, 2014

BD Wong, Law & Order: SVU, Noho apartment, NY TIimes,

According to city records, Law & Order; SVU star B.D Wong has officially sold his East 4th Street apartment for asking, after being in contract since March. The ground floor loft has a below-ground bedroom and a colorful palette that reminds us of something a stylish interior designer would create for the Joker’s bachelor pad, assuming the Joker wants to pick up chicks. But we digress…

Take a look inside this spectacular loft here

Interiors, Noho, Recent Sales, Soho

428 Broome 2 interior

After more than half a year on the market, the Broome Street co-op with an interesting honey-comb skylight has finally sold for $2.155 million.

There’s no doubt 428 Broome Street #1R is an interesting unit, even for a building constructed in 1879. The Soho loft has all the tell-tale signs of an older reconstruction with exposed brick walls, 16’ ceilings and an open floor plan – one that features 1,765 square feet of open floor space. However, the cast iron Corinthian columns and the honey-comb skylight give the loft an almost medieval vibe. The result is an interesting contrast to Soho’s typical industrial architecture.

More inside this interesting loft this way

Architecture, New Developments, Noho

10 Bond Street by Annabelle Selldorf

If you’ve spent time in the NoHo Historic District and Extension, then you’ve probably notice that there are two highly visible voids in the short stretch between Broadway and the Bowery — a destination that has become one of the city’s most interesting and admired architecture ensembles. The city is about to get a new architectural gateway in this locale, situated at the intersection of Lafayette and Bond Streets. The new gateway will consist of two quite similar, small, new residential buildings designed by different architects on the north side of Bond Street.

More on the new buildings and our city’s gateways here

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