This sprawling light-filled corner loft melds original loft details with contemporary finishes and design all within a boutique cooperative in the heart of Northern TriBeCa’s Historic District. With preserved architectural elements such as original timber columns and beams, exposed brick walls, concrete slab floors, and 12 mahogany-framed windows, this spacious home has been reimagined by award-winning architects Desai/Chia.
Enter from a key-locked elevator into the pin-drop quiet approx. 1,800 square foot space. Featuring 9’6” ceilings and oversized windows, the home is filled with an abundance of natural light throughout the day, and offering views overlooking the cobblestone tree-lined streets below, and even the Hudson River. Perfect for both formal entertaining and casual family living, the open living and dining area flows seamlessly into the loft’s graciously-sized kitchen. It is outfitted with stainless steel appliances, corrugated backsplash, and a 12-foot-long island.
The home features three well-proportioned bedrooms, including a secluded and private master suite that boasts a spa-like master bath. At the far end of the loft are two additional bedrooms, each enclosed with a custom PK-30 translucent sliding door, and are serviced by a large bath with soaking tub. Additional features of the home include Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball lighting, central air with Nest thermostat and a full-size LG washer and vented dryer.
125 Watt St was built in 1884 as a warehouse and was once the headquarters of Romanoff Caviar Company. Located in one of Downtown Manhattan’s most coveted neighborhoods, you are only a stone’s throw away from some of New York’s best dining and entertainment options, as well as easy access to mass transit and the West Side Highway. The boutique cooperative is pet-friendly and offers video intercom, private storage, bicycle room, and a full-time superintendent, as well as a soon-to-be new landscaped roof deck.