Real Estate Want: Go toward the light

By Julie Inzanti  | December 6, 2012 - 3:49PM

If you haven’t noticed, our daylight seems to fade earlier and earlier as the colder months creep in. It is practically pitch black at 4pm. And as anyone with a northern exposure can tell you, the winters are long and dark… even from a high floor.

Not so in this cavernous four-bed, two-bath loft on Wooster Street in SoHo, where warm light beams in from the skylights, especially the massive vaulted skylight over the dining/living space and through the 16 corner windows from THREE exposures!  

The place rents for $18,500 a month. But you can’t underestimate the value of a reliable patch of sunlight to stretch out on and take an afternoon nap...and pretend you’re having a high-summer siesta in Sheep's Meadow.

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