By AP Connolly
Sure, a two-bedroom in midtown sounds like a plan. But how about something a little different to add excitement to living in the most fantastic city on Earth. We tapped our friends at Brown Harris Stevens for the latest properties available. Here, some beautiful properties offering spacious living in Manhattan.
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11 EAST 36TH STREET #306
This third-floor one-bedroom loft features a gracious bedroom with an en-suite spa-like bathroom, and an extra-large home office/den/sleeping area tucked discretely in the back of the home.
This charming loft is filled with all-day sunlight and boasts three oversized windows with bright northern exposure. The cheerful light and views are accentuated by soaring 12-foot ceilings and an extremely flexible and open layout.
Morgan Lofts is a boutique condominium conversion of a historic 1912 loft building reimagined by world-renowned Selldorf Architects with interiors by Andres Escobar. This pre-war gem offers a gym with oversized windows that feature an abundance of light and views, a North and South-facing rooftop space with unparalleled open city views, and a 24-hour door attendant. Morgan Lofts is conveniently located near all major subway lines, world-class hotels and dining destinations, The Morgan Library, world-class shopping, and Grand Central and Penn Station.
This residence is listed at $1,250,000 and is represented by Matthew Cohen and Joseph Jake Kringdon.
255 HUDSON STREET #7B
This mint-condition, loft-like 1,406-square foot two-bedroom and two-and-a-half—bath apartment you will want to call home. Centrally located in Hudson Square next to the new Google and Disney hubs, this polished condominium offers the best of downtown living.
Facing west and loaded with sunlight, the apartment features an open kitchen and airy floorplan that takes full advantage of 10-foot-high ceilings and a large balcony, perfect for entertaining! The apartment was upgraded to an impeccable level, with crown moldings, top-of-the-line appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Viking range, and wine cooler. The generous-sized living room features double-paned, wall-to-wall windows, which allow sunlight to stream in all day. Each bedroom is oversized, with a spa-quality primary bath located en- suite. Excellent closet space, central air, vented washer/dryer, pristine hardwood flooring, and a contemporary design complete the appeal of this move-in-ready condo.
255 Hudson Street is in the heart of Hudson Square, where SoHo, Tribeca, and the West Village converge. The building features a 24-hour doorman, Zen garden and is highlighted by a spectacular rooftop terrace. Proximity to mass transit, SoHo dining, West Side Highway, and at the doorstep of everything Downtown has to offer.
This residence is listed at $1,950,000 and is represented by Scott Harris and Dean “Riley” Moody Jr
260 WEST BROADWAY #1/2C
Located in the super cool northern tip of TriBeCa, this unique triplex loft is one of a kind! The restoration and the exquisite pre-war details make this space spectacularly dramatic.
Enter on the main level, and immediately you are met with an original Keith Haring mural, which was drawn circa 1979 when he was a student at the School of Visual arts, and rediscovered decades later during a renovation. In front of you is a jaw-dropping 45 by 45-foot great room with incredible 26-foot-high ceilings, cast-iron columns, a wall of dramatic 24-foot-high arched windows, and a working fireplace! There is also a dining room with a Juliet balcony, an eat-in chef’s kitchen, a powder room, and excellent storage on this floor.
Up the fabulous stainless-steel sculpture-like staircase is the 2nd floor, where a mezzanine/library is open to the great room below and affords views of the historic neighborhood. Just off the mezzanine is the private sleeping wing featuring a primary suite with a luxurious marble double bathroom, a wet bar, and an enormous dressing room, as well as a second bedroom with a bathroom. There is also room for a possible third bedroom.
The lower level features a separate private entrance, making it the rare Manhattan maisonette. Here you will find a media room, game room, gym/office with a half bath, a full laundry room, climate-controlled wine cellar, staff guest room with a half bath, and incredible storage. This sizeable private area also makes a great office and workspace.
This one-of-a-kind home combines the privacy of townhouse living with the security and amenities of a fully staffed building: Residents enjoy a 24-hour door attendant, gym, and a private roof deck. The American Thread Building was the first of TriBeCa’s luxury condo conversions and has remained a highly coveted address. The building is landmarked and on the National Register of Historic Places.
This residence is listed at $7,995,000 and is represented by Lisa K. Lippman and Gerard “Scott” Moore.