A refined combination of original historic elements, industrial touches and sleek modernism make this 5,000 square-foot loft triplex with private roof deck a truly one-of-kind residence in the heart of Greenwich Village.
Indications of this notable residence's former sign factory past can be found throughout. In the beautifully renovated kitchen, for example, a large hole once used to transport signs between levels is now open from the kitchen to living room, allowing light from the massive rooftop skylight 40 feet overhead to flow effortlessly throughout the home. Sleek, state-of-the-art integrated and stainless steel appliances plus pale minimalist cabinetry, allows sunlight to take center stage in this large chef's wonderland, while a spacious formal dining room is situated conveniently nearby. A large bedroom suite with en suite bathroom and a huge walk-in closet flanks the rear of this floor, and a full guest bath, storage and a laundry closet add convenience.
Upstairs, iconic arched windows act as a focal point as dizzying ceiling heights rise all the way to the breathtaking pyramid skylight. Swaths of exposed brick add heft and texture to the airy living space, while exposed rafters accentuate the 30-foot ceilings overhead. There's another well-equipped bedroom suite on this level, and an industrial catwalk above adds square footage in the form of library spaces and a large den. At the rear of the mezzanine, you'll find a large home office, a full bathroom with closet and a spiral staircase that leads to the 2,000 square foot roof.