This Tribeca apartment clearly has a look happening, what with the industrial-chic details—Sapphire chandeliers, bookshelves that appear to be made from piping, and the like—and the walnut-covered kitchen. So it’s not surprising to learn that interior designers Roman and Williams are behind the decor; they also kitted out a model unit in the building (the Artisan Lofts at 143 Reade Street) in much the same style, which the owner here seemed to like so much that they copied it. (It’s not the only home the superstar design duo has created in Tribeca—they’re also responsible for Gwyneth Paltrow’s very, very white penthouse, which is still up for grabs for $12.85 million.)
Stellar design pedigree aside, the three-bedroom apartment comes with the sort of features you’d expect from a converted Tribeca loft: high ceilings, huge windows, recessed lighting, and the like. The master bedroom comes with not one, but two walk-in closets, along with a lovely en-suite bath and access to a balcony (small, yes, but it still exists). And the asking price is a cool $5.5 million.