The historic late 19th century MSI building in NoHo, Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhood, was named one of the top ten loft buildings. One of the largest bank robberies in history also took place here.
The stunningly renovated corner loft captures both that history and the edge by holding onto details from the time and updating the living space with 21st century comfort and style. The floor-to-ceiling vaulted windows offer classic outdoor street views and frame a spectacular living area with a white marble floor and a 10-foot fireplace.
The living area leads back to a well-equipped kitchen with a marble island, bespoke Poliform cupboards from Italy and appliances from Gaggenau.
There are two bedrooms each with its own bathroom. The master bedroom also has an arched floor-to-ceiling window and bespoke closets. The floors are made of wide-plank Swedish beech. Both bathrooms have radiantly heated Italian marble floors and fittings from Dornbracht and Fantini.
There are three HVAC zones as well as state-of-the-art audio and security systems. The windows are coated with a sun protection film from Sunshield, which serves as insulation and protection. Pocket doors enable flexible use of space.
All the details of the era have been preserved, from the front door, black lacquered solid wood with carved door posts to the panels on the window arches.
This spectacular home brings the best of past and present together in one luxurious package and offers the chance to own a piece of history.