140 Perry Street, 1W
A hop from the Highline and Hudson River Parks on an historic cobblestoned street stands one of the first all concrete structure in New York City. Originally built in 1909, this exceptional building was developed by Cary Tamarkin.The townhouse-like 3,608 sq ft live/work duplex loft is open plan with privacy. Concrete terrazzo floors flow below soaring 16 foot ceilings. An oversized north window and 10 west windows let in the light. The muted tones of Venetian plaster walls give the entire space a warmth and subtle glow. Urbane yet simple finishes are throughout. Bountiful finished closets are everywhere. There are 3 full bedrooms and 2 baths. The wood-floored master suite has a 27 foot long skylight, 2 huge walk-in closets, and a spa bathroom. The open lower level (1,395 sq ft) has 12 ft ceilings and would work equally well as a media room, family room, and gallery. It is accessible from an interior stairway or through a separate entrance. There is even a 8 x10 sq ft storage room in the building common areas.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman