It doesn’t get more Soho than Prince Street, once home to big-name artists, now home to big-brand sneaker stores and…a few big name artists who bought their lofts way back when. This sprawling full floor loft at 131 Prince Street in the center of it all spans 3,600 square feet including five bedrooms; while it’s all loft, it also feels like a big rambling estate that has been in the family for years. You can experience this level of space, convenience and comfort with renovations that have integrated substance and style, provided you’ve got $19,995 a month rent.
A key-locked elevator opens into the co-op’s vast entertaining space fronted by oversized windows that overlook the action on Prince Street. The space is framed by Brazilian cherry floors and original oak beams and columns.
The living and entertaining area has been cleverly arranged into flexible separate work and lounge zones.
An open loft kitchen boasts a massive a vented stove and a dramatic stone apron sink. A built-in banquette was created for dining.
The home’s five bedrooms are in a wing of their own, opposite the living area for privacy, and ringed by bathrooms for convenience. The master bedroom has a spacious en-suite bath and a dressing room with all the trimmings.
All bedrooms are sizeable and cozy enough to be tucked upstairs in a suburban home.
You also get lots of super-civilized perks like a Sonos speaker system, a soundproofed ceiling and a laundry room outfitted with a folding counter and sink. All of the heavy lifting has been done: The apartment is available furnished (or unfurnished, if you prefer) starting August 1.
[Listing: 131 Prince Street #2 by Pamela D’Arc for Stribling]
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Neighborhoods : Soho