Dream Loft Apartment In Tribeca NYC
This week we’re dreaming of owning a home in Tribeca, a lower Manhattan neighbourhood replete with luxury converted loft apartments. Young artists began to populate the “triangle below Canal Street” in the 60s an 70s, adopting the former industrial buildings as live/work units. Today, the area’s loft apartments are some of the most desirable homes in the city. Tribeca is now prime New York City real estate, home to many celebrities and a constant source of interior design inspiration.
This beautiful loft apartment, in a former 19th century soap factory, was redesigned by architect Andrew Franz. The focus of Franz’s redevelopment of the space was on creating an oasis inside the home, with relaxed bohemian decor and an abundance of plants. We love the exposed beams, original columns and the mezzanine level which its tranquil urban garden.
Inspired by our brief trip across the Atlantic, we’ve got our eye on a few luxury properties on this side of the pond with similar wow-factor features.
This 2 bedroom flat in East London boasts huge amounts of space and original wooden beams. The skylight and mezzanine-level study area, could easily be transformed with some fragrant plants and a little imagination…
2 bedroom flat, Tabernacle Street, London, £1,650,000, Rightmove
It’s often a minimalist scheme which sets Manhattan lofts apart from the rest. We think the monochrome interiors of this 3 bedroom Brixton warehouse apartment evoke that vibe perfectly, particularly with the black vinyl floors, huge windows and metal staircases. Other than that, the current owners clearly weren’t feeling terribly inspired… so this would be a fantastic blank canvas for the next owner. And we love the fact that the front door has been painted a vibrant yellow as an antidote to the industrial decor inside.
3 bedroom apartment, Blenheim Gardens, Brixton, £2,000,000, Rightmove
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