A home with a spotless—and space-enhancing—stainless steel kitchen

By Jennifer Laing | May 5, 2017 - 3:59PM 

At 71 Murray Street, a state-of-the-art chef's kitchen within a three-bedroom, three-bath loft (renting for $20,000/month) looks extra-luminous, thanks to stainless steel countertops and custom storage, not to mention appliances by Viking, Sub-Zero, and Bosch.

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Besides looking stylishly industrial, a stainless steel kitchen is easier to clean (thanks to its—duh!—stain-proof finish), more hygienic (since non-porous steel resists germs and bacteria), and has the added benefit of making a space appear bigger and brighter than it may actually be due to the reflective nature of the material. Here, some prime examples.

The renovated kitchen within this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condo at 100 UN Plaza (going for $3.4 million) has a suite of stainless steel appliances, including a Garland stove, Viking dishwasher, and Sub Zero refrigerator.

At 135 West 70th Street, a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condo (on the market for $3.950 million) has an eat-in chef's kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, including a stainless steel pantry with an extra freezer drawer and wine cooler. 

This two-bedroom, one-bath loft at 237 Lafayette Streetfor rent at $10,000/month, includes an open kitchen with stainless steel Sub-Zero and Miele appliances.

A three-bedroom, three-bath condo at 42 Crosby Street (priced at $8.4 million) features a custom stainless steel kitchen courtesy of Italian brand, Boffi.

This duplex penthouse condo at 130 Beekman Street (listed at $3.650 million) has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and this sleek, custom-designed stainless steel kitchen.

Finally, a studio at 61 Eastern Parkway (on the market for $399,000) appears larger than its 453 square feet, thanks to light-reflecting, room-enhancing, stainless steel appliances, countertops, and backsplash.

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