Rendering: Spotless Agency, courtesy of Compass
This light-filled Chelsea loft co-op at 100 West 15th Street offers original details remaining from its early factory days, like soaring 12-foot ceilings, massive windows, exposed brick, exposed wood beams, and an original metal column. The apartment, asking $1.39 million, is the result of combining two studios, with plenty of open loft space for creating a home, plus a level of lofted storage above.
A renovated kitchen (not pictured) is move-in ready; your architect and home design fantasies have plenty of space for dream-kitchen creation. The only structural element currently in the space is the original metal column.
A washer/dryer is allowed in the unit with board approval. The boutique co-op also has an elevator, laundry room, live-in super, and virtual doorman system.
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Image credit: Dooley Images; Renderings: Spotless Agency, courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Chelsea