New York City is a constant flow of sights and sounds, and with all of the buildings and people it can sometimes feel cramped. One of the best parts of loft-living in NYC is the openness these spaces provide amid the claustrophobic surroundings. This quintessential penthouse loft takes spacious living to the next level with its sprawling living area featuring 13-foot pressed-tin ceilings and an enormous skylight that dramatically crowns the open living/dining room. Located at 75 Grand Street atop of a 19th century terracotta-detailed building in historic Soho, this loft has clean modern lines, brilliant light and authentic architectural details throughout.
The loft’s exposed brick walls are complimented with wide-planked oak flooring, and during the day the space is drenched in sunlight from a wall of oversized windows.
The recently renovated chef’s kitchen features brand-new quartz countertops, abundant cabinetry and luxury appliances including a professional Bosch stove (vented to the outside) and a 40-bottle temperature-controlled wine refrigerator. The space also has a separate pantry providing additional storage as well as a full-sized vented washer-dryer.
Just beyond the living-room, a sliding pocket door leads you into the master bedroom suite. The bedroom’s efficient design provides ample closet-space and charming views of the surrounding historic district. The en-suite bathroom was also recently renovated and has been outfitted with floor-to-ceiling glass tiles, a custom vanity and glass enclosed “wet-room” complete with rain-shower and antique claw-foot tub.
Offering its owners additional opportunities to find space in the city, this loft also has direct access to the 1,600-square-foot roof, primed for one’s very own garden-in-the-sky.
With its ideal location, clean design and expansive spaces, this loft is a great piece of real estate that makes it easy to leave the hustle and bustle without leaving the city. It’s currently listed at $3.47 million.
Neighborhoods : Soho