Located on one of the city's most coveted cobblestone-clad streets, the iconic residence at 30 Crosby Street is also known as The Loft. Erected in 1890 as a corset manufacturing site, the seven-story building was converted to a condominium in 2000 by Landmark Development with architect Joseph Pell Lombardi and today consists of thirteen luxury private residences.
Residence 2B is graced with soaring ceilings which are the highest in the building. The Apartment is replete with many original details including 19th century wood columns and exposed brick. Totaling 4,614 square-foot, the gracious residence has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a library with custom floor-to ceiling bookshelves and metallic rolling doors.
The living room has 13-foot ceilings and is filled with light through six oversized mahogany windows overlooking Crosby Street. It features a large wood burning fireplace, an expansive dining area and a chef's kitchen with stainless steel counters, top-of-the-line appliances including wine cooler and Sub-Zero refrigerators.
Anchored by the gallery, the west wing of the home features the three comfortable bedrooms. The generous Master suite has a dressing room and a marble bath with soaking tub, walking shower and double vanity.
A separate laundry room and abundant closet space complete this quintessential downtown abode.
Residents at 30 Crosby Street enjoy private elevator access, 24-hour doorman, bamboo garden entertaining room, wine cellar/tasting room and a storage unit.