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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Loft Envy in Chelsea, 236 West 26th Street, 2-W

There is no shortage of lofts in Chelsea, some carved out of older commercial buildings, others built anew.  No two ever appear to be the same; each space its own creation. This edition of our series, “Apartments We Love," takes us to one such loft, a 4,100 square-foot floor-through residence in one of Chelsea’s most sought-after pre-war buildings. Built in 1926, and commonly known as the Capital, 236 West 26th Street ...

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85 North 3rd Street, Apt 302/303

At first glance, we thought that we had entered the Bergdorf Goodman store on 5th Avenue. But once the shock wore off, we realized that we had actually walked into a closet. Well, not just any closet. This is a closet that befits royalty, beautifully designed and large enough to fit a lifetime of wearables.   Residence 302/303 at the Mill Building in Williamsburg is a designer loft that has left no ...

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A Bit of Divinity in Brooklyn Heights, 99 Clinton Street, Apt. 9

The word  “unique.” is most often overused by real estate professionals. If you’ve been in this business long enough, truly unique has long ago passed you by.  But, come upon a conversion of a former church with its quirky corners and arches, and “unique,” with a capital “Q” falls right into play again.   Apartment 9 at 99 Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights is one such apartment.  And thus, this three-bedroom residence, ...

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A Bit of Spice in Tribeca – 288 West Street, 6W/5W

Think Lincoln Logs, the wooden interlocking building toy that has entertained generations of children.  Now scan the rows of timber beams that line the ceiling of this one-of-a-kind loft and marvel at the character of its design.   This riverfront duplex at 288 West Street is located on the western edge of Tribeca, between Watts Street and Canal Street.  Sandwiched between two modern developments, the eight-story remembrance of Tribeca past stands out ...

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