Reincarnation Welcome to this unique loft in a storied old building just off of Cooper Square. Built as a concert venue in 1860, Beethoven Hall has been a wedding hall, a political meeting space for groups like the Women's Suffrage movement,and a sound stage for NBC. Its latest reincarnation is as a set of fabulous lofts—but if you listen closely, you can still hear the echoes of eras past. Curator Your host is a well-respected artist whose paintings and sculptures decorate the space. Echoes of history Your own creativity will be inspired by the expansive floor plan, giant brick-framed windows and soothing vibe. One part antique store, one part gallery, this inviting loft has been decorated with the artist's own paintings and sculptures. The art's geometric elements are nicely set off by the worn antiques, which feel right at home amid the stunning architecture of the building. The kitchen opens seamlessly into the dining room, where a ship's galley-like table makes the perfect place for entertaining guests. After dinner, take to the sitting room for drinks, games, and conversation. Velvety plush furniture and a cosy brick fireplace help set the mood. Music can still be heard playing in the hallways of this grand building, but these days it comes from the artist's working studio space, where a sleek grand piano awaits a master's touch. Tickle the ivories, or take a peek inside the studio where in-progress works are displayed gallery-style. ##Urban alchemy This quintessential New York neighbourhood is bustling with energy, though the side streets (like the one that houses this building) are tree-lined and quiet. Its location in the heart of lower Manhattan means that all the delights of the city are never more than a few minutes' subway ride away.
Basin, bath (fitted), shower, toilet
Basin, Bath with integrated shower, toilet
Blender, coffee machine, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, hob (gas), oven, dining table, dining chair
Ensuite, king size bed
Satellite or cable, TV, working fireplace
Meet & Greet