(NEW YORK, NY) — At the heart of the Financial District sits 50 Pine Street, a 1902 prewar building once occupied by the Caledonia Insurance Company. The 2nd-floor loft has been listed with agent Matthew Hughes of Brown Harris Stevens for $2.9 million.
The full-floor loft occupies approximately 2,729 square feet, has a total of 3 elevator banks, contains 3 -bedrooms, and 3-bathrooms. As you enter through the meticulously crafted and detailed elevator bays, a set of large glass doors lures you into a spacious and open living/dining room area with large windows. The loft is a modernized yet industrial home, the 12-foot ceilings with industrial accents and suspended lighting guide you through the open floor plan as a partitioning wall divides the home office and library creating a modern twist to traditional spaces.
The library contains modern and lengthy horizontal shelves, across from the library a wall of windows fills the area with plentiful sunlight. On the other side of the partition is the unique office space that can accommodate a small staff, this space easily creates a live/work environment.
At the northern end sits a large and open eat-in kitchen, which is enhanced with stainless steel appliances including the refrigerator, 4-burner gas range, and dishwasher. To the West of the kitchen is the master suite which offers two large closets and a 4-fixture windowed bathroom with custom tilework. Located on the eastern side of the apartment are the second and third bedrooms that share a bathroom and are both flooded with natural light. The bedrooms contain a closet space with approximately 22ft. with the potential to extend the space into 28ft.
The loft also offers a washer/ dryer and an abundance of extra storage. 50 Pine Street is located near the Museum of American Finance, the NY Stock Exchange, and close to several subway lines such ass the 2,3,4,5,6, N, R, and E.