Ship shape New York City’s lines and angles are the building blocks of its sky-high style. And Ball Alley Loft, a three bedroom, two bathroom Tribeca home, is no different: from a quadrilateral chandelier and area rugs woven in rhomboid check to a cubic master bedframe, shapes shape this space. Soft hand-worked wood pieces and bursts of colour make for a well-rounded composition. Linear progression Your host is a true-blue New York native (her roots are in Brooklyn, to be precise). A maven in command of both style and substance, she’s no square: she adores the festive sparkle and charm of her Tribeca coordinates. In good shape At the centre of Ball Alley Loft, an open living room, dining room, and kitchen are knit together by interlocking planks of richly varnished hard wood. Surrender the gaze upward to a scatter of copper pots over the kitchen, a parallel to a trapezoidal chandelier over the dining table. Plot your course into the living area, where cerulean leather seating plays off a trellis-patterned area rug. In the cornflower blue master bedroom, a four-poster bedframe and matching full-length mirror in bright steel cut a decisive contour. And with a pull-down bed tucked away in the study in sight of row upon parallel row of books, and another sweetly colourful, lofted nest besides, Ball Alley Loft is perfect for an adventuresome coterie of any size and shape. Form and function Tribeca is a neighbourhood flush with every convenience. With so many shops and restaurants, you may forget to venture out. But stroll you must: to Brooklyn Bridge Park and down to the Freedom Tower unfolding steadily skyward. When it’s time to see more of the city, choose from the subways at Chambers Street, Park Place, and City Hall, all more or less points equidistant.
Basin, Bath with integrated shower, toilet
Basin, shower, toilet
Coffee machine, dishwasher, freezer, hob (gas), microwave, oven, refrigerator, d...
Ensuite, queen size bed, Apple TV, TV
Murphy bed, Hanging rail
Double bed, children's toys, child's highchair
Apple TV, satellite or cable, TV
Meet & Greet
The office in this home features a queen pull down bed that can sleep two guests, bringing the occupancy to six. While there is no storage space in the office, there will be a handy hanging rail available for guests to use.
The minimum stay length for this home is four nights.