This loft comes from the the former Doehler Die Casting Factory, located at 505 Court Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. The building was constructed in 1913 and the loft was first renovated in the ’80s, but since then it’s been transformed into something really special.
That’s because it has undergone a top-to-bottom renovation by SABO Project, who stripped the entire space to reveal the building’s historic details and then added a sleek, modern touch. The result is a stunning, airy and bright space that we’ve drooled over before. Now, it’s on the rental market and you could live in the loft yourself for $5,200 a month.
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, Fri, September 19, 2014
We’ve looked at a number of industrial renovations in the past, but this gut renovation recently completed by SABO Project definitely tops our list as one of the most inventive.
The ‘Doehler’ loft is located within a 1913 building and was first renovated during the 80s. At the time, industrial chic wasn’t quite as admired as it is today, and the developer opted to hide all of the structure’s original details, encasing the columns and ceilings in lackluster drywall. When SABO took on the project last year, they knew that the home’s historic roots as a former die casting factory was the magic of the space, and with that, they stripped the entire loft and constructed modern features that could complement the old.
Explore the incredible home here