exposed beams

Cool Listings, Interiors, Nolita, Soho

284 Lafayette Street, John Rochester Thomas, Surrogates Court, Squadron Armory, exposed wooden beams, exposed brick, skylights, original maple floors, high ceilings, children's wing, Million Dollar listing, aisha carter

Maybe we’ve just been watching too much Discovery Channel, but when you see a fun and quirky detail like a rhino head in the kitchen you can’t help but want to take a look. That’s one of the reasons we are so drawn to this industrial loft at 284 Lafayette Street, asking $4.995 million. This flexible three-to-four-bedroom loft features eight oversized windows, skylights, exposed brick, high ceilings, and original maple floors. The co-op also has enough built-ins for an expansive literary collection.

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Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

Tribeca Bachelor Pad with Pool Table Asks $3.5 Million

By Aisha Carter, Thu, January 15, 2015

81 Walker Street, renovated loft condo, pool table, European bathroom

It’s pretty clear right from the start that this loft at 81 Walker Street is a bachelor pad built for entertaining: partial walls, fluid floor plan, questionable bathroom artwork that would make your mother blush. It’s all there. But don’t let appearances fool you. This $3.475 million renovated full-floor condo has original loft details and quality finishes that make it ideal for any party.

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Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

6 Varick Street #2C, short-term lease, quintessential loft

Prospective renters looking to experience quintessential New York loft living will love this furnished artist’s loft at 6 Varick Street in Tribeca. The open space features 12-foot ceilings with exposed beams and Corinthian columns. The exposed brick walls and hardwood floors have been freshly whitewashed, and new, oversized windows offer views from the south and the east.

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Cool Listings, Interiors, West Village 

799 Greenwich Street #5N, arts cooperative

The pre-war details of this loft would serve as inspiration to any artist—which is perfect because it just so happens that 799 Greenwich Street is an artist’s co-op. That’s right. Accountants need not apply. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take a peek at this beautiful abode, which is apparently home to a budding young musician.

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