The unusual $3.84 million loft at 50 West 29th Street is sure to be a head-turner, but not necessarily for the reason you may be thinking. Oh, we know what you’re thinking. Just look at it: a 20th century industrial loft with a modern 21st century twist. Sprawling spaces that make you want to whip out your bowling shoes. Pipes for days. But what you won’t see in the architecture is the mysterious $1 million added to the price tag since it disappeared from the market last year. We’ll cast aside all judgment for a moment as we take a look at this remarkable space, because, let’s be honest, it’s a looker.
The two-bedroom pad makes a statement right from the start with dark-stained, fully sprung, dance-studio quality, red maple floors and oversized windows with zinc frames. The open great room is 80 feet long and features a living/dining room combination and an open kitchen. The chef’s kitchen is sure to be a draw to even the most uninspired cook, as it faces 70 feet of western-facing windows.
The south-facing master has a massive dressing room, an en suite bath, and a private terrace. Interestingly enough, the master doesn’t seem to have a door, but the way it’s situated allows for privacy, and it’s on the opposite side of the apartment from the second bedroom.
50 West 29th Street is a live/work loft located in the heart of trendy NoMad.
Photos courtesy of Halstead
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