From smooth marble to luxe leather in dark tones of charcoal and slate, this floor-through pad at 151 West 28th Street at the intersection of Chelsea, Nomad and the Flatiron Districts combines classic loft detail with modern design. At 1,800 square feet, you’re getting a fair amount of space for $2.25 million; there are currently two bedrooms, an interior “bonus” room, and the opportunity to create closet and storage space. But there’s so much open space you’ll always know you’re in a Manhattan loft.
Built in 1922, Groff Studios is a former fur factory with 16 full-floor 1,800 square-foot lofts with high ceilings, original brick walls and open spaces loft lovers look for, plus the usual perks like a key-locked elevator and two staircases. Enter the apartment directly from the keyed elevator into an elegant foyer for a preview of things to come.
Adjacent to the foyer, a dramatic 40-foot-long space is perfect for large gatherings.
While the living and dining area keeps your guests busy, the open eat-in kitchen has all you need for meal creation, plus an intimate seating area.
Two bedrooms are spacious and tranquil; an interior room can be a home office or den or walk-in dream closet for either bedroom. Not pictured but certainly no less fabulous is a private patio off the bedrooms. The 16-unit co-op has a new lobby, two new elevator cabs, and a newly-designed roof deck.
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Neighborhoods : Chelsea