An elegant, pre-war loft, located in a former pastry factory-turned-residential building in New York City, is asking $5.875 million, according to a press release.
In the heart of charming West Village at the corner of Greenwich and Jane streets, the 1890s-built landmarked, seven-story warehouse building at 68 Jane St. once supplied pastry shops, like the beloved Éclair Bakery on 72nd Street, with freshly baked goods.
Enter the natural light-filled, roomy residence through a private entrance on Greenwich Street.
The converted three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom, 3,400-square-foot apartment was designed by McKim, Mead and White architects to preserve the exposed brick and double-height windows in the building’s original construction.
The loft’s balcony overlooks its two 17-foot-ceiling great rooms.
The listing at 68 Jane St., #1W is held by Katherine Salyi of Prime Manhattan Residential.
Images courtesy of Prime Manhattan Residential