In the heart of the Flatiron District, this beautifully proportioned over 3,000 square foot loft at the esteemed Altair Lofts features views, light and space. Unique to the building, the entrance to this home is through a thoughtfully designed foyer created by a floating art wall, beyond which one finds an expansive living and dining room. Soaring 10-foot ceilings and over-sized, mahogany clad windows feature northern views from the living/dining room of the Empire State Building as well as an opulent Beaux-Arts building, while inside the luxurious limestone flooring with underlying radiant heat and a gas-burning fireplace provide a luxurious retreat. Off the living room, floor to ceiling doors to a den/third bedroom can easily slide open to reveal an even more dramatic sense of space if desired. Beyond the dining room, the stunning custom-crafted, cook's kitchen from Valcucine of Italy, features rosewood cabinetry, white glass countertops and backsplash, and all premium appliances.
The corridor off the kitchen leads to the home's private quarters, all of which showcase wide plank, white oak flooring, radiant heat through out, and new custom lighting. The sprawling master bedroom suite includes two eco-friendly fireplaces and a luxurious en-suite marble bath featuring a separate shower, Thermomasseur bathtub and Toto toilet. A second bedroom offers views of One World Trade Center, custom built-ins and an en-suite marble bathroom. The apartment also houses a fully integrated Sonos enabled media and sound system and a surround sound home theatre in the living room.
Designed in 2005 by the premier architectural firm of Centra Ruddy, the boutique Altair Lofts delivers a sophisticated and discreet lifestyle with 22 units and only two lofts per floor in the heart of Flatiron with easy access to both up and downtown. Building amenities include a cabana-style roof deck with spectacular city views, fitness center and 24-hour attended lobby.
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman 575 Madison Ave
Office Phone: 212.891.7000
Listing Agent: Rosie Pope
Updated: 22nd October, 2019 2:18 AM.
32 West 18th St New York, NY