Soho Loft of Wonder – 92 Greene Street, 5A

In our search for the most magnificent New York City apartments, finding something truly unique can be a challenge. Across the great metropolis there are thousands of stunning apartments. But after a while, many begin to look the same despite some subtle differences;  a lot of them tend to have a same-same approach to their layout and interior design style.  Well today’s selection for our “Apartments We Love” feature is definitely ...

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159 Carlton Avenue, 1-C

I doubt that the horses bathed in such elegance.  The exquisite multi-purpose shower room at 159 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn is truly a pants dropper.  Built at the turn-of-the-century, this former carriage house is now home to twelve unique residences, none more opulent than this first-floor duplex unit.  Masterly designed with a blend of contemporary elegance and industrial chic, this home excites at every turn; the shower room, however, wins out ...

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Art Deco Cool in Historic Soho – 459 West Broadway, 4-S

Trendy SoHo has never been short on eye-popping lofts. But even those who’ve seen the best of the neighborhood will pause at the sight of 4-S in 459 West Broadway. Designed by the architectural firm Case Development and decorated by the interior design firm Steffen Design Studios, this is a home that’s been made to dazzle.  And dazzle it does.  459 West Broadway is a landmarked turn-of-the century six-story loft building ...

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Celebrity Rental in Prime Soho – 56 Crosby Street, Apt 2A

If I had to pick a single apartment in which to self-quarantine, this Soho duplex loft may just be the one. 56 Crosby Street is the quintessential celebrity loft located in the heart of the Soho Cast Iron Historic District.  Situated between Broome Street and Spring Street, this historic six-story structure dates back to the late 19th century when it served as a dry goods emporium.  Today, it’s home to ...

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A Symphony of Modern Design – 62 Cooper Square, PH-52

Lavish living takes a backseat to this modern penthouse duplex just off Astor Place at the nexus of Noho and the East Village. The historic Carl Fischer Building, at 62 Cooper Street, is a blocky twelve-story building across from Cooper Triangle just north of the Cooper Union Foundation Building.  Named after the Carl Fischer Music Company, the building served as the destination spot for musicians and composers in need of sheet ...

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