Listing of the Day
Location: New York City, New York
Price: $6.25 million
Built in 1903 and renovated in 2015, this third-floor loft apartment in Manhattan’s NoHo neighborhood pays homage to its industrial history.
“This was one of the early conversion loft buildings downtown,” said Shaun Osher, listing agent and founder and CEO of CORE.
“Historically, these buildings were designed as warehouses, which is why the spaces are so big and open,” he said.
Large windows—23 in all—as well as exposed brick, classic light fixtures and a black-and-white color palette all give a nod to the commercial past. The apartment also has unique barrel vaulted ceilings.
A freight elevator gives access to the apartment, ideal for moving in large furniture, appliances or pieces of art. In the master suite, there’s a mosaic tile mural of a boy and a dog created from a photograph that was near and dear to the owners, Mr. Osher said.
“The highlight is the feeling you get when you walk in, and you feel how comfortable it is to be in that space,” Mr. Osher said. “Feeling is not something that is tangible like the exposed brick or the high ceiling, but the most compelling thing is how this space makes you feel.
Light, air and space are definitely things that are valued in New York City and this loft has it in spades.”
Four bedrooms and three full bathrooms comprise this 3,000-square-foot full-floor apartment.
“Walking directly off an elevator into your own apartment with no neighbors, I would consider an amenity here,” Mr. Osher said. Additionally, the apartment has a spacious home office and library.
The kitchen has a white oak island that can seat up to seven, in addition to room for 12 or more people in the open concept dining area. The kitchen is equipped with a Wolf stove, Sub-Zero refrigerator and two dishwashers.
The master suite has a teak bathtub, and a double shower with Waterworks fixtures. Black-and-white marble appear on the kitchen backsplash and the bathrooms.
The apartment is in New York City’s downtown NoHo section. “NoHo is like an extension of the East Village, the West Village and SoHo, and in that way, it’s very central but it’s also its own enclave of cobblestone streets. It has a lot of character,” Mr. Osher said.
Agents: Shaun Osher and Harrison Rose, CORE