Home seekers focused on unique condos in small, boutique buildings should not miss this top-floor loft. The concrete, beams, ducts, and soaring windows are reminiscent of lower Manhattan conversion lofts, but the construction is 1993 for this spacious home that lives like a two-bedroom. Thoughtful renovations make the most of the open floor plan, storage options, and livability. At every turn, you’ll notice custom upgrades such as closets and additional shelving; a pulley bike-storage system; and higher-end appliances and fixtures in the stylishly remodeled baths and kitchen (Asko, DCS, Duravit, Grohe, Hansgrohe, Toto). Adding whimsy, warmth, and practicality are a wood Dutch back door, oversized kitchen island, Heath Ceramics tile, and custom Shade Store shades. Balancing the concrete and metal are a stunning bamboo staircase and bamboo upper floors and built-ins. Assigned parking will fit two compact cars in tandem and offers more storage. 97 Walk/Bike Scores and 100 Transit Score.
Listing Courtesy of: Climb Real Estate, Stephanie Pascal
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