Lower Fifth Avenue Loft
This Lower Fifth Avenue Loft building is a corner property located in Manhattan’s Flatiron District. A Beaux-Arts style building, it was constructed in 1907 and converted to a residential Co-op in 1981. Our renovation combines two fifth floor units into an expansive, light-filled haven with both classic and industrial details. Design features include exposed columns, distressed wide plank oak floors, custom blackened steel and wire-glass partitions, restored original window casings, custom wainscoting, antique bronze hardware, and an elegant glossy coffered ceiling. The entry hall doubles as a gallery for the client’s extensive art collection, which is highlighted throughout the space against neutral tones. A quirky grouping of cookie jars pops in the dark eating nook, creating a feature visible from the living room.
- Architecture: DHD
- Project Architect: Jill Diamant
- Interior Designer: J.D. Ireland
- Design Consultant: Kyle O’Donnell / Quoin Group Inc.
- Photographer: Bruce Katz
- Project Completion: August 2014