There are over 1,700 glorious square feet in this Greenpoint loft, now up for rent at the Pencil Factory building at 59 Kent Street. It’s boasting plenty of character, too, with 12-foot ceilings topped with the original wood beams, polished concrete floors, exposed brick and massive factory windows. To live in this sprawling, dreamy loft will cost $4,750 a month.
The loft covers two floors, with a living room and kitchen on the main level. Although there are no photos of the kitchen, the listing promises oak and stainless steel details. Downstairs, you’re in a den that has a much more modern aesthetic than the floor above.
There are two bedrooms total, and the master is lined with a wall of exposed brick. A nook in the brick–a remnant from the building’s past as a pencil factory–is now used to showcase some design.
Large apartments mean large closets. This is a walk-in worth bragging about.
And finally, a modernized bathroom to top it all off. The Pencil Factory is known for these types of loft apartments–a blend of factory details and modern additions–as well as its waterfront location. Residents are just a block from Transmitter Park (which looks over the Manhattan skyline) and two blocks from the Greenpoint G train stop.
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Photos courtesy of MNS
Neighborhoods : Greenpoint