On the entire second floor of D’Arte House, the Tribeca condo at 354 Broadway, is this sprawling, 4,164-square-foot apartment. In true loft style there are very few walls up, with the living area, dining area and master bedroom all open to one another. An enclosed terrace, currently used as a massive closet, and the two bathrooms are one of the few spaces that have been walled off — the rest remains pure, lofty openness.
A private, keyed elevator opens up into the apartment. Instead of a wide lofty warehouse, this is a long apartment with each open space connected by a single hallway.
Exposed brick and concrete, 13-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows — all the loft essentials are on display in the living room. There’s even a wood-burning fireplace to make such a giant room seem cozier.
Here, you get a better picture of the openness of the apartment.
The kitchen occupies a single wall, surrounded by a blue tile to distinguish itself from the rest of the apartment.
One of the few walled-in spaces is the bathroom, which also boasts a bidet.
The master bedroom, another open space, is located on the opposite side of the living room. There’s only one bedroom currently built out in the apartment, but the listing says there’s enough room for four. Lining the bedroom is what the listing calls an “enclosed terrace,” a 450-square-foot space with three big windows that look out onto the street and more glass connecting it to the bedroom. We wouldn’t call it a terrace so much as a rare closed-off space in a very open apartment. The current owners are using it as a very impressive walk-in closet, but the possibilities seem endless with this bonus room.
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Photos courtesy of Keller Williams
Neighborhoods : Tribeca