Bringing an industrial feel into inviting living spaces, the residences feature brick interior walls, rustic wood floors, and expansive windows. 1 to 4-bedroom homes range from 626 to 2102 square feet. Prewar-inspired double-hung windows frame lofty urban views of midtown or LIC. Some units boast balconies looking over the building's private garden, and all residences have an in-unit washer and dryer.
Modern convenience is at the heart of Factory House's open kitchens, with fine rift-cut red oak cabinets, white Caesarstone counter tops, stainless steel apron-front sinks with spring coiled faucets and pot fillers, a tile back splash, efficient and easy-to-clean electric stove, and stainless steel appliances.
With a sleek warehouse feel, this new boutique building revives the neighborhood's historic architectural details often lost in new construction. Adding old fashioned character, prewar-inspired double-hung windows and brick walls along the exterior perimeter of the building uniquely define the bedroom areas.
Bathrooms are well-appointed and distinctive, combining the polish of Venetian bronze fixtures with uniquely distressed porcelain tiles in the shower and on the floor.
Atop the Factory House, four coveted 3 to 4-bedroom penthouses are the ultimate in industrial cool, with sprawling layouts, top-of-the-line Viking and Miele appliances, and generous outdoor space. Ninth-floor penthouses each boast large private terraces ideal for entertaining. On the tenth floor, each penthouses's discrete staircase leads to an expansive private rooftop with panoramic views of Manhattan and Long Island City.