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We’ve got the inside scoop on a truly one-of-a-kind triplex in historic Hamilton Park, so you’ll be the first to know. Located at 299 Pavonia Ave. in the iconic Wells Fargo warehouse and stables, this loft with 45-foot high ceilings has been dramatically transformed into a living space that’s comfortable and personal, with the added bonus of NYC views from the living room and third floor.
A design intervention by NYC architect Jane Kim has created a home with open space, tons of storage, and a cantilevered mezzanine whose TV nook and library break up the height of the loft. New floors are walnut and natural-finished oak, and the master bedroom and living room feature tempered-glass window walls.
The kitchen is fully updated with custom-made shelving and a wall of floor-to-ceiling cabinets by SandKamp Woodworking, a vented Wolf six-burner range, a double-door refrigerator by SubZero, and custom Caesarstone countertops. You’ll eat in a dining room illuminated by Bouroullec Brothers AIM pendant lighting, while custom remote controlled blinds in the living area ensure the perfect amount of sun.
The powder room features unique finishes like wallpaper from Amsterdam by Droog Design, inspired by paintings in the Rijksmuseum. The ceiling fixture is from the Marcel Wanders Skygarden collection, and the sink and fixtures are by Bouroullec. Under your feet is a floor made of basaltina, a hard, dark volcanic rock. The spa-like master bathroom is similarly upgraded, with a Duravit sink, custom vanity, and floor-to-ceiling marble surrounding the tub and shower.
Outside your unit, remodeled features include all-new hallways, lobby, and elevator. This unit also includes deeded parking, and has a low common charge – just $835.
Consider this your head start on a sure-to-be coveted listing, asking $2,495,000. Contact Sawyer Smith at [email protected] or 646-373-7913 today.
299 Pavonia Ave, #3-1, Jersey City, NJ 07302