Here’s a gorgeous, fully renovated loft at 88 Crosby Street in Soho. This top-floor space features exposed brick walls, exposed beams, high tin ceilings, hardwood floors, and even a skylight. The bright decor–which includes plenty of potted plants, hot pink sofas, and an umbrella mosaic above the bed–makes this the perfect summer escape. It’s been on the rental market since 2009 with what looks like one-year leases. And it’s available now for $8,500 a month.
The 1,500-square-foot apartment has an open floor plan, and the large skylit living room steals the show right from the start. Storage is not a problem in this pad, as there is a wall of closets and cubbyholes for all your storing needs. A second sitting area that can easily be a dining area or workspace sits across from the open granite kitchen. This kitchen features tile floors, stainless steel appliances, and a striking mosaic tile backsplash. That mosaic tile carries over into the bathroom, which has checkered tile floors and a pedestal sink.
88 Crosby Street, also known as 546-548 Broadway, is a five-story live/work artists’ loft in the Soho Cast Iron Historic District. It was built in 1874, and designed as storerooms by architect John Correja. The pet-friendly building has a private key-locked elevator and laundry. It’s also near fine dining and, of course, shopping.
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Neighborhoods : Soho