Grand Loft on Grand Street With Original Cast Iron Columns Asks $17,500/Month

Posted On Fri, June 10, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, June 10, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Lower East Side

This Lower East Side loft is so grand you need a wide-angled lens to capture all its lofty goodness in a photo. The apartment comes from 345 Grand Street, a cast iron building that is now a six-unit condo. It’s just been listed for rent for a hefty $17,500 a month. With all that money comes excellent features—the original wood beamed joist ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, a private terrace—as well as 2,500 square feet of space to spread out. Another bonus: this well-designed space will come fully furnished for the lucky renter.

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Once you exit the private keyed elevator, most of the square footage is dedicated to a totally open living, dining and kitchen “great room.” It’s huge enough for an ten-person dining table, massive couch and room to spare. And it’s all lit by four different exposures.

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As if a ten-person dining table isn’t enough room for a dinner party, check out that breakfast bar. (That’s made of Carrera Marble.) The kitchen was designed by a chef so you know it’s drool-worthy: imported cabinets, a hot water pot filler, professional oven hood, and lots of extra cold storage and counter space.

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A renovation added glass and wood accents to the original warehouse details. Behind a cast iron column, a floor-to-ceiling sliding wood door leads to one very cool, minimalist bedroom. While it may not be as sprawling as the great room, it has a nice big walk-in closet.

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There’s more glass in the bathroom, although it boasts a richer marble interior as well as a soaking tub, steam and rain shower and separate water closet.

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Are you envisioning the great parties you could pull off in this full-floor loft? Then the private, enclosed terrace will not disappoint–as the listing says, it “can easily accommodate a dinner party of 12.” We’re sold!

[Listing: 345 Grand Street, #4 by Scott Hustis for Compass]

[Via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of Compass

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Neighborhoods : Lower East Side

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