A stunning bright jewel box! This architect designed, spacious loft was meticulously renovated into a modern gem. The apartment is lofty with a pre-war sensibility that include details such as wainscoting, baseboard and crown moldings, and finished ceilings. There are gleaming wide plank white oak floors, custom built-ins and storage throughout. The ceilings are 11 feet high. A must see!
Upon entering, the foyer flows to the living, dining and kitchen areas, which are all open at the same time has enough separation for comfortable living. The living room is airy with large wide windows featuring a flamed granite and walnut wood-burning fireplace, a rarity in the City. The exquisite chef’s kitchen features white Carrara marble counter tops, a farmhouse sink, subway tiles and high-end appliances, including a Wolf six burner stove and Bosch dishwasher. The dining room is spacious enough to put a 10 person table, perfect for a dinner party. The bright bedroom has been customized with a loft bed that features a large storage underneath. A sliding "picture window wall" closes it off for privacy. The bright white tiled bathroom features Carrara marble floors, a deep soaking bathtub and a rain shower. Additionally, there is an extra room that can be used as an office, baby space or an extra large dressing room.
The historic Armory building was originally built in 1929, converted to a full service cooperative in 1981. It’s a jewel in Hell’s kitchen; steps to Hudson River Esplanade, Theatre district and Times Square. With the development of Hudson yards, it makes for a great investment as well. The amenities include 24 hour doorman, live-in super, porters, handymen, common roof deck, bicycle storage. Armory allows subletting, pied a terres, co-purchasing. A designer new lobby has been completed. $101 per month assessment ending Dec. 2018.