Other than having space with "room to roar" our lofts
often have higher than average ceilings, light streaming in from
over-sized windows and a private washer/dryer. Lofts living offers
serenity, character and history, inherent in each loft property.
Generally, yes. Using licensed workers
and with the Landlords permission, pressure walls are allowed.
A property holding a Certificate of
Occupancy (CofO), allowing for both residential and commercial
use. Usually the amount of
"traffic flow" (customers
and/or employees coming and going) is determined by the landlord.
Two people sharing? Fine. More? Generally
no. Families are welcome.
Unlike most Manhattan apartments,
many loft owners do allow pet... even large dogs.
You'll be in terrific company! A virtual "who's
the best and brightest. Our loft buildings are solidly constructed,
so you'll never hear your neighbors and rarely see them. This
allows for great privacy, so don't be surprised when you recognize
someone famous, also taking out the trash.
Generally speaking, neighborhood plays
the largest role. The seaport, financial district, lower east
side, far west and in the 30's & 40's
are all the neighborhoods to search for the best deals. Busier streets
such as Chambers, Canal, 14th & 23rd are usually less expensive as
A two year lease to start is the norm
today. Our lofts are all in rental buildings... many satisfied
clients have lived in our properties for years... two years-at-a-time.