Brick barrel-vaulted ceilings crown this soaring loft inside the Schumacher apartment building in New York’s NoHo.
Loft 5A at 36 Bleecker Street sits inside a Romanesque Revival interwar structure built in 1920 that was originally a printing studio. The building underwent adaptive reuse, transforming it into 20 voluminous apartments. This particular loft has the highest ceilings in the building, soaring to 12-ft-high.
Axel Vervoordt’s go-to-tradesman has lime washed the apartment, which features large arched windows in the great room, wide plant oak flooring and blackened steel accents.
Nick Gavin of Compass has the listing for the New York property, which is asking $10.955m. Gallery-like walls are ideal for hanging art while smart-home tech has been integrated into the three-bedroom loft’s refit, with a custom projector screen in the living room and chef-s kitchen, outfitted in Calcutta marble and stone.
Bedrooms overlook a courtyard garden by landscape designer Ken Smith (the apartment has its own roof deck) while building amenities include a communal garden, roof terrace and residents gym.