This Tribeca loft, located at 90 Hudson Street, may be a one-bedroom unit but it’s still huge. That means plenty of space for cool furniture and decor, which the current owner has definitely taken advantage of. The seller, Marika Wagle, manages merchandising and buying for designer fashion brands in New York City and also sells home decor, jewelry and clothing from her travels through India, Morocco, Turkey and Africa. That means that just because the apartment will come empty upon sale, you could still fill it with a similar design.
Like any good Tribeca loft, this one boasts exposed brick, high ceilings, an open floor plan, big windows and plenty of light. It’s the perfect space to outfit in this kind of decor. You can read more about Wagle’s inspiration for her space in this Tribeca Citizen article.
The apartment was also updated with some modern amenities — the kitchen has concrete floors, fancy appliances, soapstone counters, a SubZero fridge and a wine cooler. According to the listing, “Abundant storage, an island with seating, and a functional layout compliment the kitchen.” And after cooking, who wouldn’t enjoy a meal in that dining room?
The home office space–distinguished by its custom sliding doors–could alternatively be used as a nursery or guest room.
We love the huge window in the bedroom as well as the built-in headboard, which doubles as a wall divider and wardrobe. From here, there are sliding doors leading to the living room that could be opened to create a seamless open space.
Finally, there’s a private patio off the living room. That’s not the only extra perk: 90 Hudson Street is a co-op building with keyed elevator access, a common roof deck, central laundry room, a live-in super and bike storage. The seller bought the unit here for $1.2 million in 2010 and has now listed it for $1.795 million. So, do you love it as much as we do?
[Via City Realty]
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Photos courtesy of Nest Seekers
Neighborhoods : Tribeca