Located on the 3rd floor with a two-sided exposure, this unit is one of 26 in a modest sized elevator building.
Converted in 1997, the relative rawness of this space offers a clean slate for your design possibilities. This listing is represented by The Coleman Team of William Raveis & Home Services.
The steel columns and exposed brick are an original feature of the space, recalling this loft's industrial past.
11 foot high ceilings and the open floor plan add to this loft's sense of space + light.
Deep-cut, east-facing windows flood the loft with morning light.
Central AC provides efficient cooling throughout the loft. Central heating is delivered via steam radiator pipes, fired by gas.
2 Financial and the Federal Reserve Buildings provide a dramatic backdrop to the urban views.
A focal point in the open kitchen is the slate tile center island. Please NOTE that the kitchen island has been updated with a new facade.
The kitchen features plenty of cabinetry and a full suite of stainless steel appliances.
The center island features a butcher block counter.
The kitchen also includes Corian counters and a large undermount sink.
The pine wood flooring throughout the loft has been polished and preserved.
The main bedroom features a large twin-door storage closet.
North-facing windows provide the main bedroom with plenty of reflected light.
The north/east-facing windows flood the second bedroom with morning light.
The second bedroom is large enough to accommodate a queen size bed and additional bedroom pieces.
With over 1900 SF of living space, the loft offers plenty of design possibilities.
The exposed brick and beam are part of the essence of loft living.
The first of the two bathrooms features tile flooring, bathroom vanity and shower/tub combination.
The second bathroom features a space efficient shower stall.
Adjacent to the front entrance of the loft is the unit's laundry facilities.
The spacious laundry easily accommodates a side-by-side washer + dryer.
The entrance to the unit from the 3rd floor common area hallway.
3rd floor common area hallway leads to the building's elevator.
Common areas are well maintained throughout the building.
The exterior of 107 South Street, the heart of the Leather District.
The Leather District is located between Chinatown and the Financial District.
The afternoon sun hits the top of the historic buildings along South Street.