Found at Elliman, this 4,000 square foot, four bedroom, two and a half bath loft is located on Jay street in Tribeca, Manhattan, New York City.
“Unique, double-wide great room preserves character of this classic loft with cast-iron pillars and areas apportioned to double-living room, dining, library and office.”
Looking for a secret garden in the heart of Chelsea?
Look no more! This rare, private garden paradise awaits atop this duplex penthouse loft in prime Chelsea, New York City, USA.
A key-locked elevator opens directly to this top floor pre-war two bedroom, two bath loft for sale.
Spotted on Sotheby’s, this solid cement and steel industrial-style loft condominium is located on the divide between Soho and Tribeca in Manhattan, New York city, USA.
According to the broker, “at 45+/- feet wide, the loft offers a rare, nearly square layout allowing for 3 ample sized bedrooms located in a rear bedroom wing and providing a division of space between living and sleeping quarters.
The loft has a very open and authentic feel, enhanced by the original character of the whitewashed brick walls, cement columns and tall beamed ceilings.”
Spotted on Elliman, these two beautiful lofts are situated in the same building on Greewich Street in Tribeca, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City, USA.
The first loft, located on the fourth floor, has 3.428 square feet of interior space, with two bedrooms and one and a half bath.
By admin • Nov 9, 2011
One of the US’s premier loft projects, The Flour Mill Lofts in Denver, Colorado, opened doors in 1999.
Originally built in 1906 to store and process Colorado’s bumper wheat crops, the Pride of the Rockies Flour mill served for four decades before it was abandoned.
This 2,100 square-foot, one bedroom, two bath loft located in a publisher’s print shop built in 1910, was designed and is owned by well-known designer Steven Volpe.
The loft, situated on 355 Bryant Stv in San Francisco, California, features exposed brick walls, 18-foot ceilings and eight, giant redwood support columns made from timber logged at the turn of the century.