Right down the block from the High Line, this one-bedroom condo is in Loft 25, a prewar built in 1912 that has undergone a massive condo conversion. The units have been transformed into "modern lofts"—that is, airy and spacious but also well-appointed. (This isn't the place for you if you want an old-school-loft feel kind of building.) It's listed at $1.595 million by Stribling, about average for this luxe corner of the city.
The bedroom has a similarly bright, clean look, and is abutted to the left by a walk-in closet and dressing room, which we get a little peek at here. The en suite bathroom has a walk-in rain shower—no grimy curtains needed—and brings some welcome liveliness to the apartment, with its contrasting tiles and teak vanity.
An 11-foot-6-inch-by-7-foot space is currently used as a nursery, and could double as a home office. As it has no windows, it's not really up to snuff as a regular bedroom—though there is an additional bathroom across the hall, so it could double as a guest room.
As for outdoor space, that roof deck looks like a great sunbathing spot come summer, and unlike at the High Line, you won't have to wait for a lounge chair. The deck also has gas grills, and even an outdoor shower. The condo's 24-hour staff includes a doorperson, live-in super, and porter, plus there's a gym and screening room on premises.
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