Loft 5A is one of only 12 apartments in a sought after prewar condominium at the crossroads of the coolest downtown neighborhoods. Spanning 1,668 SF, this two bedroom, two bathroom plus windowed home office includes sought after turn-of-the-century details and simple modern textures. The restored loft features white washed masonry walls, heavy timber beams, steel framed picture windows, original cast iron columns and 11.5' pine ceilings which are the highest in the building. The unique elements of this layout are the two home offices, the massive laundry room/pantry and the ingenious floor plan maximizing every inch, leaving no wasted square footage.
136 Baxter Street, also known as The Machinery Exchange, is a former horse stable for the famed Police Building and located at the intersection of Soho, Nolita and Chinatown. This 1915 building is a boutique condominium for the sophisticated set seeking privacy and exclusivity. It is meticulously maintained by a full-time resident manager who accepts packages and features a 24-hour virtual doorman. A deeded storage cage included in the sale.