This sleek Chelsea loft has been designed and renovated to provide the homeowner with every convenience of modern living while preserving the Pre-war characteristics that retain the beauty of its era.
Once you step into this home, you are drawn by beautiful oversized South facing windows letting in streams of natural light, almost 11 foot restored pressed tin ceilings, modern glass and iron panels surrounding the bedrooms and bathroom. There are original cast iron columns that further highlight the uniqueness of this stunning unit. The remodeled modern kitchen features elegant custom cabinetry, marble countertops, stainless steel appliances and a built-in washer/dryer. The expansive living and dining areas have tons of room for entertaining. The bathroom features a unique adapted "Singer sewing machine" sink and a claw foot soaking tub. The apartment also features custom lighting in every room, quite special.
The building has video intercom, key fob elevator, beautiful newly redone roof deck, bicycle room, laundry room, storage and FiOS.
This classic circa 1905 loft building, originally home to The Krisiloff Bros Sewing Machine Co., was one of the first garment district conversions to residential use. This prime location, between Madison Square Park and the Chelsea Gallery District, offers every imaginable convenience: easy transportation, the High Line and Hudson River parks, Union Square farmers market to the South, the Flower District to the North and no shortage of fabulous eateries and nightlife right next door.