When you tell them you live in a loft, this sprawling specimen is pretty much what you’d hope to be describing. For a mere $7,500 a month, this newly-renovated picture of loft living at 6 Varick Street (known for its authentic-but-updated lofts), where Tribeca is arguably at its most Tribecan–if not its most quiet–even comes with art supplies, or at least a place to store them.
All of the boxes are checked, including plenty of light, high ceilings, exposed brick walls as far as the eye can see and Corinthian columns. Built-ins include chic custom cabinetry and cubbies for your canvases–and plenty of room to work on them.
A chic and fully-functional kitchen boasts top-of-the-line appliances including a Liebherr refrigerator, Viking stove and Miele dishwasher. Rustic touches like a big farmhouse sink and vintage lighting feel more like home than live/work, and there’s plenty of storage space.
The building offers a roof deck, and a key-locked elevator makes loft living easy, as does just about every subway in the city within a few blocks.
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Images courtesy of Town Residential.
Neighborhoods : Tribeca