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Minimalist Tribeca loft with 'Japanese-inspired' design seeks $2.9M

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This sprawling studio boasts plenty of custom built-ins

Photos courtesy Douglas Elliman

When it comes to this expansive Tribeca loft, there is much to be discussed. The brokerbabble states “this is not your average run-of-the-mill apartment,” and we’re actually inclined to agree.

Situated 1,700 square feet of space, the one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom apartment sports a unique layout; it has a railroad shape, but it’s much wider and boasts rather high ceilings. The open living room measures roughly 71 feet long, and features a custom-built sofa and wooden seating space. The modern kitchen has dark wooden cabinets and a Sub-Zero refrigerator and dishwasher that seamlessly blends into the design.

Right off the dining area, there is a room that would make for a decent home office or can be utilized as a bedroom. A small sleeping alcove sits adjacent to the living room. Other “Japanese-inspired finishes,” per the brokerbabble, include the minimalist bedroom (which has window coverings resembling Japanese room dividers) and the zen-like bathroom with a freestanding soaking tub.

Anything worth having in Tribeca is likely to cost a pretty penny and this condo is no different. It’ll take $2.895 million to buy the apartment; once you’ve accomplished that, there’s another $1,695/month for common charges and monthly taxes set at $857.