Soho is one of NYC’s most bustling neighborhoods, and if you’re hoping to live in this action-packed hood look no further than this very cool loft that just popped up on the market. The spacious, three-bedroom apartment is located at 55 Prince Street in the Tiffany Foundry building built in 1861 and is currently listed for $3 million. The elegant, rustic unit has an open floor plan featuring original wooden beams, exposed brick, and oak flooring.
The large living room offers light and textures unique to the historic building. The walls’ distinct appearance is reminiscent of paintings from Abstract Expressionists like Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock, and the warm texture is complimented by the original oak wood floors running throughout the rooms. The loft’s communal space is also lined with windows offering dual exposures and quintessential downtown views.
Moving past the living space towards the kitchen is ample space for a more formal dining room. Wooden beams provide an aesthetic separation of the space, which is adjacent to the unit’s colorful stained glass front door.
In addition to the cool, versatile interior, this home also comes with roof rights that are prime for the right landscape designer to create an elegant private outdoor space.
Photos via Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Soho