138 Broadway, #1E Williamsburg, Brooklyn A prized work of art in Williamsburg's architecturally exquisite Smith Gray & Co. Building! This magnificent 2,500 sq ft triplex loft, now available for rent, provides an unparalleled luxury experience with 3 spacious levels of meticulously-designed, impeccably- furnished living space styled for the most discerning. Owned by a renowned super model and artist, the home's interiors are as exquisitely stylish and tasteful as you would expect them to be - fully adorned with wonderful Chinese furnishings, with other items to select from if you'd like a wider selection or a different look! This expansive corner residence is the ultimate live-work space in the best location in Williamsburg, perfect for use as your office, studio or gallery, as well as a fabulous home. Enter the awe-inspiring oasis on the main lower via a hall that proceeds to an elegant gallery. Closets and a full bath sit conveniently off the hall. Proceed into the dramatic living/dining room with soaring 15'7? ceilings, rich hardwood floors, generous art walls, original columns and details, towering built-in bookshelves, and floor-to-ceiling windows inviting brilliant natural light. The open kitchen is finely appointed with sleek custom cabinetry and premium stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. Stairs ascend to the upper level graced by industrial-style loft elements, reserved for the open-air master suite with 8' ceilings, hardwood floors, triple closets and a full bath. The piece de resistance is the Emperor's Room on the basement level, with its own entrance and elegant vibe. The highlight of the fabulous Asian-inspired furnishings is an incredible Emperor's wood-carved bed, truly a showpiece. Also adorned with hardwood floors, built-in shelves, airy 9'6? ceilings. An exceptionally versatile space, with an entry vestibule and storage/mechanical room. An additional large storage unit is also available. An impressive true loft building located on the historic hub of Broadway and Bedford, the famed Smith Gray building is known for its distinctive blue cast-iron faade and strikingly detailed interiors. Built in 1884 and designed by notable architect William H. Gaylor, this former site of a preeminent children's clothing manufacturer has been transformed to house voluminous loft apartments. The building has an elevator, service elevator, and full-time super. Residents enjoy use of a common rooftop deck with 360-degree views of Manhattan and Brooklyn, a lovely ground-floor garden, and laundry on each floor. Shops restaurants, entertainment and amenities are literally outside your door. The J, M, and Z trains are also right nearby at Marcy Avenue and Broadway.