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Laura Bohn-designed Loft Listed on Sale for $6.4 Million

Designed by award-winning Interior Designer Laura Bohn, and published in “O Magazine”, this 2,700-square-foot loft in iconic 1907 Bank Building has been listed on sale for $6.4 million.

Laura Bohn-designed Loft in 1907 Bank Building

This spacious oasis in one of Manhattan’s most dynamic neighborhoods is enhanced by the light from`full-height windows and doors leading to one of the private garden-like terraces. The open kitchen, dining area and den, while adjacent, retain their own individuality. The luxurious bedroom suite, containing dressing and bath areas, surrounds a second terrace. A spiral stair leads from the living room to a sleeping loft / office space. Whether entertaining or indulging in a retreat, one could not ask for a more unique home.

The value of this home additionally enriches fact that the loft is part of neo-classically designed building which was originally the NY County Bank, located at the juncture of the West Village, Meatpacking District and Chelsea.

Developed into a condominium when the neighborhood began its transformation, this landmark’s outstanding location is near the High Line, Chelsea Market, designer shops and art galleries. Great restaurants, entertainment and convenient transportation are within a stone’s throw.

Laura Bohn-designed Loft in 1907 Bank Building
Laura Bohn-designed Loft in 1907 Bank Building
Laura Bohn-designed Loft in 1907 Bank Building
Once featured in O Magazine, the Lara Bohn-designed loft includes two private garden-like terraces, open kitchen dining area and den.

Laura Bohn-designed Loft in 1907 Bank Building

Laura Bohn-designed Loft in 1907 Bank Building

Laura Bohn-designed Loft in 1907 Bank Building
Designed by award-winning Interior Designer Laura Bohn, and published in “O Magazine”, this 2,700-square-foot loft in iconic 1907 Bank Building has been listed on sale for $6.4 million.

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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