Apartment hunters looking to stretch their legs will love the massive third floor loft at The Dandy which has just popped up on the market asking $9.9 million. The 4,800-square-foot triple mint condition unit has all The Dandy’s signature characteristics—namely exposed barrel-vaulted ceilings, dark hardwood plank floors, and exposed brick walls—but there’s a little extra for the wine lovers. Let’s just say this loft’s cup runneth over.
Enter the apartment via a private key-locked elevator with code access and a video intercom. The first thing you’ll notice is a spectacular entertaining space, starting with a giant living room with oversized arched windows. Guests are likely to congregate in the corner of the living room, where there is a fully equipped wet bar with a wine fridge, half refrigerator, ice maker, dishwasher and sink.
A top-of-the-line kitchen sits across from an elegant dining room, and right next door is even more wine in a temperature-controlled wine cellar. This apartment should come with a sign that says, “Eat, drink, and be merry.”
The loft’s three-bedroom sleeping quarters include plenty of closet space, renovated bathrooms, and a spacious master suite with brick walls, a dressing room with custom closets, and a limestone bath with a sunken tub and a multi-jet glass-enclosed shower.
The Dandy is a landmark residential loft built by de Lemos & Cordes, the famed duo responsible for Macy’s Herald Square. The former Dandy Hat Factory is just a few blocks from Washington Square Park, and along with all the dining and shops Greenwich Village and Noho have to offer.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman