At 55 Great Jones Street, a historic 1910 building in Noho, each of the seven stories has been converted into lofty co-op apartments. This one occupies the entire fifth floor for a total of 2,200 square feet. And because the building is surrounded by two squat, single-story structures, the unit comes with a rare four exposures. Never a bad thing to complement an apartment that’s lofty to begin with.
An elevator takes residents up to their respective floors. This apartment is currently configured differently than the common loft, with one small bedroom built out and three separate living areas in the front, middle and back of the apartment. Mostly, furniture is used to break up the different spaces. In the front living room, three big windows offer a northern exposure down onto the neighborhood.
The kitchen, in the middle of the loft, opens directly up into a dining area. It looks like it could potentially use some upgrades, but at least that openness offers a nice big space for a party.
Another casual living and dining area is located in the rear of the apartment. Still, it’s getting light from all those surrounding windows–there are six of them to be exact.
While there’s only one bedroom currently built out, the floorplan is flexible and could accommodate a larger second bedroom in one of the living areas. It’s hard to decide what’s more appealing about a loft apartment: the bright, airy space or the flexibility to move things around.
This fifth-floor apartment, asking $3.25 million, now joins the sixth-floor apartment on the market, which is also asking the same price. No. 6 has been on the market for a few months now, so it’s not a given that this one will sell right away.
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Images courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Noho