Renovated light-filled industrial loft located in the heart of Chelsea on the border of Greenwich Village. Apartment 3E is one of the larger loft studio’s with 12 foot ceiling, a sleeping loft and a huge 10 foot window. This beautiful sunny apartment is an artist’s dream loft in a factory building. The sleek renovated kitchen with viking stove flows to the large living and dinning room with exposed 1860 beam and column. The bathroom has been tastefully renovated with subway tile and solid glass panel on the tub. The apartment features lots of storage and closets perfect for any fashionista.
The building is planning on introducing a roof top and updating the hallways.
One Hundred West Fifteenth was built in the 1860’s by the Coogan Brothers, who ran a furniture manufacturing business. It was later converted to a carpet factory and over the years, the neighborhood saw many changes. Notably, there used to be an elevated subway track that ran the length of Sixth Avenue. The building remained a rental as the neighborhood declined in the 1960’s and 80’s and was re-born as a co-op in the 1980’s.
This pet-friendly co-op has a bike room, private storage, and laundry in the basement. Pied-A-Terre and co-purchasing is permitted with board approval. The building is at the epicenter of Chelsea’s finest restaurants and shops, Union Square, the Highline and the best of downtown living.