The loft is one of the most famous types of apartments synonymous with New York City. Known for their open-plan living, oversized windows, and tall ceilings, loft-style residences are as stylish as they are functional. Once the purview of Brooklyn or Tribeca, this popular style of apartment is no longer just found in renovated industrial buildings but is often planned into new construction.
The below loft residences offer buyers a chance to enjoy classic NYC-style living – no SoHo or Tribeca address required.
Located off Park Avenue in the heart of Midtown East, the 63-story SELENE, the new development tower designed by the Pritzker Prize-winning Foster + Partners comprises a collection of 94 bespoke residences. Offering a quality of finishes never before seen in new development, Selene’s gallery-style residences, named the Modern Loft Collection, feature architectural concrete walls, diamond-polished high-grade concrete flooring, and ribbed concrete ceilings. The lofts boast Foster + Partners-designed custom millwork, floor-to-ceiling windows, and double entry doors in select residences.
222 E. Broadway
Built within the bones of the landmarked art deco Bialystoker building, 222 E. Broadway offers homes ranging from studio to four-bedroom residences, as well as stylish lofts that feature 10-foot ceilings, white oak herringbone floors, and stunning custom finishes. In addition, each residence boasts an expansive kitchen with richly patterned Calacatta counters and backsplashes, warm walnut and fluted glass upper cabinetry with spruce green interiors, and a Miele and Sub-Zero suite of appliances that add both function and beauty to the spaces.
The Cortland, a NYC-based development overlooking Hudson River Park in West Chelsea, includes 144 oversized residences designed by two of the world’s leading architectural practices, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig. Designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent designed a beautiful loft-like residence with well-balanced interiors that complements and highlights the strong architecture of the building. The home features open-plan living and dining areas and refined finishes that encompass the feel of a spacious loft overlooking West Chelsea and the Hudson River.
547 West 47th Street
Sculpted by the acclaimed Dutch-based design firm Concrete, 547 West 47th Street is a transformative move-in-ready condominium that pays homage to the dynamic energy of Hell’s Kitchen today while celebrating its classic factory lofts that once defined the area. The modern loft-style residences located on floors one through seven of this 12-story building were designed to evoke the neighborhood’s industrial past with large volumes at street level, a robust upcycled brick facade and oversized warehouse-inspired casement windows. The interiors feature a palette of gray colors with striking back accents and boast efficient, fluid layouts that emphasize the loft-like feel with open living spaces leading to primary bedrooms through sliding cast-glass doors inspired by the industrial heritage of the location.
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