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Living room in an NYC loft with huge multi-paned windows and a red wall

Huge windows make the biggest design statement in this New York City loft apartment. The multi-paned loft style windows are absolutely stunning I think.

3 bedroom, 3.5 baths and 5,198 square feet all for $12.95 million. Real estate listings in New York!

Inside a prewar doorman building in Tribeca, this modern urban loft offers views of the city from almost every room.

It’s all about he windows here! Take a look at this latest modern home for sale…

NYC loft with huge multi-paned windows

Kitchen in an NYC loft

Kitchen in an NYC loft

Master bedroom in an NYC loft with large multi-paned windows

Children's bedroom in an NYC loft with large multi-paned windows and a womb chair with matching ottoman

What do you think about this multi million dollar listing? What do you think $13 million could buy you wherever you live?

Have a great Thursday!


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Photos: Sotheby’s International Realty


  1. Oh yeah! I absolutely love loft style living….

    I live in downtown SD and am getting ready to upgrade to a loft with the big windows and open floor plan.

    This loft you have highlighted here is incredible. Love the traditional modern interior kitchen, looks amazing.

  2. Love the marble with the grey cabinets in the kitchen! I’m not crazy about the lighting in the living room, but I love the floors! You do such a great job posting pictures that provide so much inspiration! $13 million would buy lots of land and a mansion here in Oklahoma!

  3. Love it Love it Love it! I would definatley add Hunter Douglas Silhouette in the windows but other than that, I’ll take it all!!!

  4. I’m agreeing with Anonymous here. Way overpriced in my book, and feels awfully cold to me. In my neck of the woods, $13 mil would buy a huge amount of acreage with a decent sized house for a normal family, with about $12 mil left over to actually do some good for someone else. Just my op.

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