Photos via Douglas Elliman
Hudson Square condo conversion 286 Spring Street has placed its first unit on the market.
The 1920s industrial loft building was converted by Atkins & Breskin Co. into three- to five-bedroom full-floor residences. Hustvedt Cutler Architects designed the development, and d’Apostrophe Design crafted the interiors with a Bauhaus influence. A teaser site popped up in February.
The one unit for sale is a 3,670-square-foot three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom asking $6.295 million. Interiors feature keyed locked elevator entry, 5″ wide plank solid Appalachian white oak wood floors, ceilings up to 12 feet, 8′ solid core doors, multi-zone heat and cooling system, tilt and turn windows, fireplace, vented washer/dryer. and pre-wiring for Crestron Home Automation Designed by d’Apostrophe, the industrial kitchen has Wolf appliances, 56-bottle Liebherr wine refrigerator, Miele diswasher and concrete countertops. A steel and glass wall divides the eat-in kitchen and dining room. The master bathroom is fitted with a soaking tub and glass enclosed freestanding shower with a blue stone bench, Italian Carrara marble tiled walls, radiant heated flooring and double vanity.
As the L-shaped floorplan below demonstrates, the unit is pretty capacious; the master bedroom suite, including bathroom and walk-in closet, measures more than 700 square feet, according to the listing. You could probably rollerskate down the master suite’s hallway to the bed, although that would mess up the floors.
Amenities include a 24-hour virtual doorman, concierge services, secured package room, video intercom and private storage available. Douglas Elliman is the marketing and sales agent.