There is something perfectly uncomplicated about Apartment 7B at 10 Bleecker Street. It’s airy, full of sunlight and defined by long clean lines and a massive skylight. The contemporary designed space thoroughly delights and thus we bestow the newest addition to our “Apartments We Love” series.
10 Bleecker sits at the southeast corner of Bleecker Street and Elizabeth Street in the heart of Noho. Built in 1893 as an awning factory, the property was converted to a residential co-operative in 1986. The landmarked building, noted by its distinctive brick facade, rises seven floors and contains 22 apartments.
Apartment 7-B enjoys more than 2,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space and offers a flexible layout to accommodate either two or three bedrooms.
The main living space is the focal point of this gorgeous penthouse home. The loft-like layout offers a separate area for dining and an adjoining open kitchen with a large peninsula. Six oversized windows wrap around the corner of the room and provide open neighborhood views to the south and the east. A gigantic skylight, which looks more like a solarium, punches through the ceiling and offers nothing but sky.
The gourmet kitchen is defined by warm wood tones from the bamboo cabinetry and the walnut wood countertop on the peninsula. The counters are a honed black marble and the tiled backsplash adds a bit of pizzazz. A second skylight, albeit much smaller, brings direct sunlight into the cooking area.
The stainless steel appliances include a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a Bertazzoni range. A stacked washer and dryer is concealed in the pantry closet.
The primary bedroom (11’8” x 15’2”) is a quiet respite from everyday life. Although it’s on the cozy side, it’s luxurious just the same. It offers recessed lighting, hardwood floors and custom built-in closets. The en-suite bath has a marble walk-in shower.
The second bedroom (11’8” x 10’6”) is located just past the foyer and a third adjoins the primary bedroom. Either bedroom can easily be transformed into a home office.
Head upstairs past a cute reading nook and the true jewel of the residence awaits. The private roof deck (28’2” x 31’6) offers plentiful space and endless city views. There is enough room for practically any combination of furnishings. An open air shower brings added luxury. Staycation here we come.
10 Bleecker Street offers a virtual doorman and a resident manager. Amenities include a laundry room, bike room and a shared roof deck with grilling stations. Each apartment is conveyed with a private storage unit.The current ask for 7-B is $3.295 million. The listing is being represented by Laurence Mitchell of R New York. To learn more about this residence, please visit Linecity