Civil War Roots in Nolita, 262 Mott Street, Penthouse 410

A Civil War armory, turned ice cream factory, turned condo -  there is something magical about historic structures that have been restored and repurposed for residential use. They are typically labors of love and this Nolita gem at 262 Mott Street is no exception.  Combine great bones with architectural zest and a bit of drama and you arrive at the latest edition to our “Apartments We Love” series.   Penthouse 410 represents ...

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An East Village Beauty, 300 East 4th Street, 3-B

We’ve written about many buildings in the city that have been repurposed for residential use.  We’ve seen former schools, churches, carriage houses and factories of every kind converted.  These buildings outlived their original use and keen developers seized the opportunity to transform the properties while maintaining their historical roots. 300 East 4th Street is one such property, a former rectory which has been smartly converted into twenty co-operative apartments.  Apartment 3-B ...

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A Simple Loft Treasure In Chelsea – 250 West 27th Street, 3-E

This blog is typically filled with spectacular apartments that defy even the wildest imagination of how one might define city living.  Enormous spaces with bone-chilling views designed by the world’s most famous designers.  But occasionally, we come across a home that’s a bit different from our norm and deserves equal recognition as a special residence. Today, we take a look at a divine one-bedroom loft at 250 West 27th Street, the ...

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Windows Over Tribeca – 408 Greenwich Street, Penthouse

Over time we’ve seen a lot of fabulous lofts, but this Tribeca residence, with its combination of indoor and outdoor living, undoubtedly ascends toward the top of our list.  The designer penthouse offers 5,722 square feet across two full floors (4,222 interior square feet) and a private roof deck (1,500 exterior square feet).  If this apartment is missing anything, we couldn’t find it.  And thus, another edition of our “Apartments ...

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A Trifecta On Fifth – 212 Fifth Avenue, 16-B

Stunning apartment. Iconic building.  Burgeoning neighborhood. Some New Yorkers call that a trifecta. But we call it apartment 16-B, at 212 Fifth Avenue and it’s the latest pick for our “Apartments We Love” series. Located across from Madison Square Park, 212 Fifth has become a residential destination of the fabulously wealthy in a few short years.  Some have even called this Nomad condo “the city’s most powerful address.”  One certainly feels ...

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