New York City is famous for many architectural delights, and its unique Soho lofts are right on top of that list. While most of the city’s stylish apartments seem to embrace the all-white look along with bright pops of color, large glass windows that carefully frame iconic views, and curated artwork, this cool loft on Prince Street takes an entirely different approach. Paying a tribute to its past, the spacious apartment proudly displays its brick walls, exposed metal pipes and wooden ceiling beams to create an eclectic home with a touch of industrial charm.
Spread across 2500 square feet, the apartment is indeed a rarity in the glittering city where every inch of space is precious. Its brick walls give the interior a unique aura, while a plush white couch in the living room seems to usher in a more modern vibe. A sparkling kitchen with stainless steel surfaces and countertops adds to the glitter, while the minimal lighting fixtures above the dining area steal the show. The living space has an open layout, and carefully placed mirrors and metallic accents further enhance the appeal of the chic apartment.
A snug bedroom uses a more restrained approach with brick, as white walls help create the atmosphere of a serene and relaxed personal sanctuary. A multitude of textures throughout the home offer plenty of visual contrast, while a modern bath completes the three-bedroom loft.
Priced at $4,650,000, the apartment is indeed a bargain considering its proximity to some of the coolest hangouts in New York City and the amazing views that it offers. With exposed brick surfaces once again gaining popularity, this is a hip space that seems to embrace the timeless New York style with plenty of panache!