Located on the 3rd floor with a southwest-facing exposure, this loft is one of 26 residential units in a modest sized elevator building.
11½ foot-high ceilings and the open floor plan exaggerate this loft's sense of space + light.
Cooling and ventilation via a fixed window AC unit
The wall of bookshelves and the long dining table are permanent amenities featured within the loft.
Please note that this photo shoot is from the owners time in the loft. Currently, the loft is RENTED through MAY, 2019.
Polished southern yellow pine wood flooring is featured throughout the main space of the loft.
The open kitchen is delineated by a custom butcher block, which serves as a kitchen island and/or breakfast bar... ideal when entertaining at home.
A long entrance hallway, perfect for displaying art.
An additional sitting area is located in a natural alcove formed between the 'pod' and and the bedroom.
Kitchen features maple cabinetry and appliances.
Unique to this kitchen is the hand-crafted custom copper counter.
The custom butcher block features plenty of storage space with two open shelves and three drawers.
At 1200 SF± of usable space the internal design of the loft allows for a flexible and changeable room layout.
Further down the entrance hallway to the loft is the doorway to the bedroom suite.
The bedroom suite features its own heating radiator and a picture window with views through to the main living space.
The bedroom is large enough to accommodate a king-size bed with side tables and additional furniture pieces.
Two built-in storage closets provide ample wardrobe space within the bedroom suite.
The full bathroom features tile flooring, a tub/shower unit with tile tub surround and vanity with bright task-lighting.
An internal structure with sliding shoji screens serves multiple uses as the 'pod' within the main living space.
Currently serving as a private study and reading room, the 'pod' can also function as a 2nd home office and/or guest room.
The "pod" is independently lit and features a ceiling fan for ventilation when the shoji screens are slid shut.
Alternatively, the space can serve as a 2nd sleeping area for visiting friends and guests.
Converted in 1997 and subsequently renovated, this loft is an ideal canvas for open plan living.
The decommissioned freight elevator shaft serves as an ideal home office and/or private study.
A decommissioned freight elevator shaft is open to the main living space.
This classic 'brick + beam' Leather District loft is an ideal creative space to live, work and play.
Opposite the bedroom entrance is a utility closet, which houses the loft's hot water system and some additional storage.
A laundry closet features a stack washer/dryer unit and additional storage space.
The rough-cut cross-beams, exposed steam pipes and painted brick walls lend industrial charm to the contemporary feel of the space.
The entrance to the unit from the 3rd floor common area hallway.
Common area hallways are carpeted for noise mitigation and are well maintained throughout the building.
3rd floor common area hallway leads to the building's elevator.
The floor plan shows the unit's total area schematic without the internal structure of the 'pod'.
107 South Street is located next to Chinatown in the historic Leather District.
Exterior view of the 107 South Street loft condominiums, in the heart of the Leather District.