Located in the historical MSI building in NoHo, this excellent corner loft offers all the modern luxuries of a high-end apartment, as well as a certain vintage charm.
Huge floor-to-ceiling windows contribute to the atmosphere of grandeur, which is also enhanced by such amenities as a 10-foot long stone fireplace and a 12-foot marble kitchen island. The master bedroom is another imposing room, with its own arched window and massive floor-to-ceiling custom twin closets. Then there’s the very impressive en suite bathroom, with a large soaking tub and Italian statuary marble, in addition to the radiant heated flooring, separate dual vanities, and a spacious shower.
As any sumptuous residence, this apartment also comes with a lavish guest bedroom, which boasts a sizeable walk-in closet and a full en suite bathroom, where once again residents will be surrounded by Italian marble. Furthermore, the entire apartment features solid wide-plank Swedish beech wood floors, while the windows have been coated with Sunshield solar film in order to protect the valuable artwork and furnishings.
Built in 1898, the Manhattan Savings Institute (MSI) bank building is one of New York’s best examples of 19th century architecture. The apartment we’ve just presented is a great illustration of just how special lofts there can be – and it comes with an appropriately hefty price tag as well: $7.99 million.