Photo Courtesy of Donna DotanThis five-story, furnished apartment is an extraordinarily creative multiple-use luxury rental property located in Lower Manhattan. Although it is listed as an apartment, its innovative floor plan elevates the converted SoHo art gallery to a level of uniqueness that makes it fitting for various purposes.
The apartment is available to rent monthly at $100,000. The building, which is large enough to accommodate up to 350 people, also is available to rent at $50,000 weekly and $20,000 daily. The building is known in entertainment circles, as singer/actress Beyonce Knowles used it to shoot the music video for her song, Halo, in 2008. The owner of this spectacular residence is an acclaimed horror-movie director who has owned it since 1996.
The entry level of the building features office space with a conference area and a library on one side and an indoor swimming pool on the other. There is a 13,000-square-foot apartment with three bedrooms and three-plus bathrooms set on the top three stories. Both an elevator and staircases run from top to bottom. Ceilings throughout the loft-like townhouse are high, with a 19-foot ceiling on the first floor and 20-foot ceilings throughout the residence.
The property’s first floor has an industrial chef’s kitchen and a cavernous main room with a motorized movie screen and a wood-burning fireplace. The second floor has a master suite with a sitting room, a steam shower, and a spa tub. The third floor has a living room, a laundry room, two bedrooms, and a 925-square-foot terrace. There also is a patio, access to a private roof, and a full basement.
Along with the exposed brick, exotic-wood flooring, and wooden fireplaces throughout the apartment, the owner has invested millions in furnishings and accentuating pieces. The property is one of the Elite Rentals by CitiHabitats. For more information, visit Citi-Habitats.com.