Former Greenpoint Night Club Turned Spectacular Live/Work Loft Wants $11M

Posted On Wed, February 11, 2015 By

Posted On Wed, February 11, 2015 By In Cool Listings, Greenpoint, Interiors

You wouldn’t exactly know it from the exterior, but inside this two-story brick and steel warehouse is a renovated loft with all the size and flexibility anyone could ask for to create a dream home. In 2010, artist Matthew Day Jackson bought the former Studio B nightclub for $2 million. He gave it a serious makeover, creating a 15,000-square-foot live/work space, which is now asking $11 million.

259 Banker Street, indoor/outdoor patio with retractable roof, live/work space

The bottom level is mainly studio space, with four workspaces and a double-height central great room with 24-foot ceilings and a glass wall with access to a 3,000-square-foot courtyard. There’s also a kitchen, a freight elevator, and a garage.

259 Banker Street, indoor/outdoor patio with retractable roof, live/work space

259 Banker Street, indoor/outdoor patio with retractable roof, live/work space

The second floor has 12-foot ceilings, custom skylights, a quirky chef’s kitchen, several bedrooms, a guest suite, and an indoor/outdoor playroom with a retractable roof, sleek wood paneling, and enough open space for just about any activity. Updates include central air and heat and all new mechanicals.

259 Banker Street, indoor/outdoor patio with retractable roof, live/work space

[Listing: 259 Banker Street by Christopher Sheller of Douglas Elliman]

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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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