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Residence 5A is as charming as it is expansive. Retaining its flavor of a turn-of-the-century industrial home, it is a prominent example of a timeless New York City loft. With a footprint encompassing roughly twenty-four hundred square feet of interior living space, 5A is further emboldened by 10 feet of ceiling height. In the grand room, three picturesque brick arches help define three areas. A brilliant room with wood burning fireplace, custom built-in bookshelf, and wall-to-wall windows is where one may expect to find living room furnishings. The adjoining room is an easy spot to place a twelve person dining table, comfortably, joined by a room partitioned by smoked glass pocket doors. Down one of two halls is the master bedroom; a truly warm and inviting space. It includes an en-suite bathroom and sizable walk-in closet. Original timber beams resting atop supporting columns make a statement in both the master and 2nd Bedroom, reminding us of the timeless quality of the unique home.
Originally built by John Jacob Astor in 1890 and occupied by Mines Press printing company, 345 West 13th Street was redeveloped into 47 condominiums in 1999. The building is impressive with a timeless facade featuring dramatic metal cornice, detailed metal panels, attractive brick pilasters, and flouted metal mullions. 345 West 13th sits squarely in the West Village, a block from the 8th Avenue A/C/E and L train platform. The area is home to the southernmost entrance to the High Line park and is renowned as a beacon for the best in food, fashion, and culture. From the corner of Hudson and West 13th Street the Soho House, Apple Store, and Chelsea market are among many prominent businesses that can be seen from the buildings' foot.