If you’ve ever longed for a dwelling fit for Architectural Digest, now is your chance. A stunning Soho loft featured on the magazine’s front cover has hit the market, and it can be yours for a cool $8.8 million. Plus, our very own Steve Gold has the listing!
The loft apartment, which sits on a prime downtown street, comes with 4,000 square feet of living space and a few surprises — including a tatami lounge that converts to a dining space and/or media room and a hidden room outfitted with floor-to-ceiling mirrors, along with a stripper pole, of course.
The apartment belongs to fashion and design wonderboy Alexandre de Betak and his fashion consultant wife Sofia Sanchez de Betak. There’s simply nothing like it in New York. Let’s take a look.
The massive industrial loft features exposed bricks and oversized windows that overlook the Soho streets. The kitchen comes equipped with a gargantuan-sized stainless steel island that the homeowner designed himself.
Tucked away off the main living space is a tatami lounge with a hydraulic dining table that rises from the floor and sake on tap. The space also converts to a media room and can be closed off with a screen.
The loft features floor boards salvaged from an old barn in upstate New York. The expansive master bedroom comes with a built-in oak bed.
The master bathroom features a cast-iron tub for deep soaks as well as a separate shower. It leads to two large walk-in closets.
The cavernous main living space is ready for entertaining or an art installation, take your pick.
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