This sexy loft is located on the edge of one of Manhattan’s newest and hottest neighborhoods. Newly renovated, this approximately 1,100 sq ft one bed, one bath is the perfect mix of traditional loft details and modern design. Finished with 12’ +/- ceilings, a large open kitchen, bathroom, dressing room and living room, with bright southern exposure.
Upon entering one is immediately taken by the sophistication, scale and design of the space. A long entry hall with floor to ceiling closets and an office area open into a spacious kitchen and seating area with a large wall of built-in bookcases. The open, chef’s kitchen includes a large island, perfect for entertaining while cooking, top of the line stainless steel appliance package and an abundance of storage. The dining area with dramatic light fixtures and accent art wall create an ambiance of sophisticated living, ideal for dinner parties. The living room features a wood-burning fireplace - a rare amenity for a loft building. The bedroom was re-designed to feature custom transom windows for optimal light, while creating a comfortable, cozy bedroom oasis. A dressing room off the entry hall features walls of closets for ample storage for any wardrobe size and leads to the renovated bathroom with floor to ceiling subway tile walls, herringbone pattern marble tile floors and high-end fixtures.
The Armory is a pre-war full service coop built in 1929 and located on the bustling southern edge of Hell’s Kitchen and the northern edge of Manhattan’s newest neighborhood, Hudson Yards. The building amenities include common roof-top, laundry on every floor, storage and bike storage. The building recently renovated the lobby, where there is a 24-hour doorman and live-in resident manager. The surrounding neighborhood has changed drastically in the last few years with an influx of new residential and commercial buildings, more restaurants and shops with more on the way in the coming years as the Hudson Yards neighborhood continues to takes shape to the south.