soho loft
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    the ideal soho loft conversion
conceived as a department store in the 1920s, this converted loft boasts a spacious layout, 13-foot ceilings, original corinthian-style columns, and enormous thermopane windows. located on coveted crosby Street, a cobblestone road centrally located, but invitingly hidden between Soho and Nolita, you may recognize the apartment from the film "devil wears prada" where it was highlighted as the cinematic expression of a modern designer home. features one-of-a -kind custom finishes, sculptural stacked-wood fireplace, multizoned environments, marc sadler boffi kitchen, library corner with floating book shelves, great light and views, as well as a dramatic entrance hall detailed with six huge arches etched from an exposed brick wall, which leads into the impressive main room. located in an 1882, six-story, red brick building with an intriguing past as department store, the discreet building provides a well appointed lobby, key lock elevators and part time doorman.