Is it your dream to live in the heart of Manhattan, in a chic and stylish apartment close to the city’s best in terms of shopping and dining? Then here’s how you can make that dream come true.
Warburg Realty is looking for a buyer for this magnificent and cozy two-bedroom, two-bathroom at 45 Crosby Street, in the heart of the Soho District. Agents Catherine Silver Smith and Kathryn Landow are marketing the unit, which comes with a $3,995,000 price tag.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft apartment was recently renovated with the help of BC-OA, and was even featured in Dwell Magazine. Apartment 5S features a master bedroom, a second bedroom — which is currently designed as a baby room — as well as a home office.
The renovation effort preserved the chic Soho aesthetic; the unit features restored, exposed-brick walls and plank wood floors, while also offering all the modern amenities New Yorkers look for.
The beautiful kitchen offers top-of-the-line appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine fridge, Miele range and warming drawer, and Fisher & Paykel dishwashers.
The expansive entertaining and living area incorporates a wall of windows facing West onto the bustling Crosby Street, and they let in plenty of natural light. The bedrooms, bathrooms and home office offer privacy and tranquility, being situated along a private hallway.
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The master bedroom includes a dressing room, a closet and a bathroom outfitted with marble slabs and an oversized walk-in shower. The second bedroom is also spacious, offering a large, custom closet, while the home office features a frosted-glass sliding door and can also be used as a media room.
Further amenities at this 45 Crosby unit include central air, a Sonos sound system, Lutron lighting system, customized storage throughout, and washer/dryer units.
The dining area also features a charming brass chandelier with exposed Edison Bulbs, as a nod to the former Swan Incandescent Electric Light Company, which occupied this loft after the building was completed back in 1897.
The prewar, boutique co-op building boasts a recently renovated lobby, an oversized key-fob locked elevator, intercom system and a package room. The nice thing about the building is that it’s also pet-friendly, which is a big plus in Manhattan. Lastly, the building also caters to fitness buffs, as a Soul Cycle is located on the ground level.
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