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 XOCO 325 via Douglas Elliman XOCO 325 via Douglas Elliman
When an industrial building is converted to residential, not everything needs to go. Soaring, beamed ceilings are high on the list of features would-be buyers would like to keep are beamed ceilings. Without even trying, they fill a room with New York history and contemporary character. We take a look inside Manhattan apartments with beamed ceilings, and invite you to vote for your favorite in the poll at the end.
6 Varick Street, Tribeca
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6 Varick Street #8C floor plan Floor plan
This industrial loft was gutted to the core and upgraded with new plumbing, new electrics, and sleek European finishes and fixtures. However, original architectural details including gorgeous wood and metal beams, exposed wood ceiling and brick walls, and hardwood flooring were restored. The residence enjoys beautiful Tribeca views and direct sunlight through south and west exposures. See full details here.
330 Pearl Street, Financial District
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330-Pearl-Street-3 Balcony
330 Pearl Street #5B floor plan Floor plan
Perfectly restored and renovated penthouse loft in a former book bindery boasts soaring 11' original beamed ceilings, exposed brick walls, wood-burning stove/fireplace, and an inviting private terrace. It is currently configured as a one-bedroom home with a fitness/dressing room, but the layout possibilities are endless. See full details here.
521 West 47th Street, Midtown West
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521-West-47th-Street-2 Master bedroom
521-West-47th-Street-3 Terrace
521 West 47th Street #4B floor plan Floor plan
Originally built in 1910, features of this expansive duplex include classical Spanish interiors, 14' beamed ceilings with skylights, wood-burning fireplace with a hand-crafted mantle, and abundant natural light. The master bedroom and a stained-glass solarium/library lead to a private, 330-square-foot terrace. See full details here.
XOCO 325, 325 West Broadway, Soho
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325-West-Broadway-2 Kitchen
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325 West Broadway #3 floor plan Floor plan
Throughout this full-floor loft, eye-catching design details include restored Douglas Fir wood beamed ceilings, exposed original brick walls and arches. The Great Room overlooks beautiful views of historic Wooster Street and the building's lush interior garden. A custom kitchen is open to the living and dining spaces. See full details here.
The Cobblestone Lofts, 28 Laight Street, Tribeca
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28 Laight Street #6AB floor plan Floor plan
Originally developed in 1899, 28 Laight Street was once occupied by textile and wool businesses. Today it is part of a full-service condominium, but this massive home is still rich in details like huge casement windows, 10'2" ceilings, exposed beams, and exposed brick. Additional features include a grand entry foyer, two gas fireplaces, and well-proportioned bedrooms. See full details here.
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