Where we choose to live tends to be a reflection of the various aspects of our personalities. And this apartment in Tribeca’s Grabler Building oozes cool– it looks like Tony Stark might live here.
Built in the 1800s as a warehouse, the exquisite renovations made to the building will make you wonder why we waste warehouse space on storage. The 12’ high ceilings and cleverly thought-out floor plan makes amazing use of its comically huge 58 foot long great room, offering a buyer an endless fount of choices when it comes to furnishing. Designed to make use of its strengths, the home seamlessly incorporates beautifully exposed brick and iron columns–even the piping and ducts add to the overall allure. The hardwood floors offer the apartment depth and warmth, while the raised media room and pool table will make you feel like you’re in the VIP section of your own personal club.
The open kitchen, with its stainless steel appliances and large island, is the perfect way to make use of the space, whether for entertaining or a night in.
From its humble farm and mercantile roots, the neighborhood around the Grabler Building has become one of the safest, chicest places to live in New York City. Attracting artists and various celebrities, there’s no shortage of great restaurants and coffee shops, as well as boutiques. Listed by Ryan Serhant of Nest Seekers International. View full details on Linecity.com