Calling all artists! This beautiful Noho loft at 35 Bond Street is literally begging to be the backdrop of your next masterpiece. Whether you want to paint in front of the giant arched windows or tango the entire length of the living room/studio, this massive $5.995 million AIR co-op is certainly an artist’s dream.
When you enter this 3,200-square-foot loft, you’re immediately greeted by a massive space that overlooks Bond Street through oversized arched windows. This versatile room is conducive to everything from large dinner parties to dance practice.
The entire full-floor loft features hardwood floors and soaring ceilings with tons of natural light streaming in from its 15 windows. There’s another living room on the southern portion of the co-op with eastern exposures. And across from this more intimate living area is an open modern kitchen with wood cabinetry and a peninsula with bar seating.
The corner master bedroom benefits from southern and eastern light, two closets, and a windowed master bath directly across the hall. The second bedroom is on the other side of the living room and features two additional closets and eastern light.
35 Bond Street is one of the few artist-in-residence buildings that actually adheres to AIR guidelines, so buyers have to be involved in the fine arts or certifiable with the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. There’s also additional storage in the basement.
[35 Bond Street at CityRealty]
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Neighborhoods : Noho