For $1.7M, this compact Village loft is a sleek, seamless machine for city living
Photo credit: Edward Menashy.
What this high-floor corner loft in the International Tailoring Company Building at 111 Fourth Avenue lacks in floor space, it makes up in well-designed form and function. The three-room co-op, asking $1,695,000, has been freshly renovated with an architect’s expert eye; the result is sophisticated rather than small. Breathtaking city skyline vistas through massive loft windows–and 13-foot ceilings–add a definite boundless quality to the picture.
Framed by views across Union Square, the apartment is picture-perfect behind the scenes as well. State-of-the-art HV/AC joins updated electrical and Lutron motorized shades for easy environmental control.
The living room offers plenty of space to entertain; the kitchen, however, is a wonder of modern design and efficiency. White lacquer custom cabinets frame indestructible Silestone countertops. Carefully curated lighting shows off the space, anchored by breakfast bar seating. Putting it to work are premium appliances, including a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator with an ice maker, a Miele oven, a Wolf induction cooktop, and a Miele dishwasher.
The sleeping area lies through a full-height pocket door on a custom-engineered track system. What could be more efficient than a custom Murphy bed? This one is flanked by built-in storage cabinets and drawers to maximize storage space. Above is more storage accessible by a loft ladder.
The beautifully designed bathroom is another testament to modern design and efficiency. A Corian-topped sink features a Vola faucet; dark, moody tile is contrasted by crisp, white cabinetry.
The classic loft co-op residence in a former industrial building sits at the crossroads between the East and Greenwich Villages. The building offers landscaped roof decks, laundry rooms on each floor, a full-time doorman, storage, a bike room, and outdoor parking.
[Listing details: 111 4th Avenue, Unit 9M at CityRealty]
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