Staging One Luxury New York Property Three Different Ways
Measuring 8,000 square feet, the 260 West Broadway apartment is a spacious and luxurious New York home,
located in the coveted northern tip of trendy Tribeca.
The spectacular triplex loft restoration features elegant
pre-war details in an extraordinary 45-foot by 45-foot great room with 26 foot high ceilings,
24 foot high arched windows and towering cast iron columns.
Here, we’re looking at how this fabulous home has been staged in very different ways over the years,
with some dating as far back as 2015.
In a building that possesses such a dramatic presence on its own, the substantial style shift achieved by switching out furniture,
art and accent colours makes an interesting study.
White walls and light tonal neutrals expand the look of an already enormous luxurious living room with spectacular arched windows.
Whilst this unique home has the luxury of private townhouse living, it also has the security benefits of a staffed building, and a convenient gym and a roof deck.
The American Thread Building is landmarked
, on the National Register of Historic Places, and was the first of Tribeca’s luxury condo conversions.
Upon entering the main floor, we’re unexpectedly faced with an original Keith Haring wall mural; a treasure that was uncovered during one of the home’s renovations. The special mural was created circa 1979 when Keith Haring was still a scholarship student at the School of Visual arts. Small pieces of accent furniture flank the entryway, with a modern chaise on one side and a fur chair softening the other.
Cast iron columns hold up the 26-foot high ceilings of the great room,
drawing the eye to elegant classical mouldings. สถาปนิก