Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms
Loft Conversions international architecture firms


LOFT 124

Originally built in 1906 as a warehouse for the Koch Department Store on 125th Street, the building was once connected to the store by an underground tunnel. The building was also home to a speakeasy, frequented by the renounced jazz acts of Harlem nearby Lenox Lounge. Loft 124 features historic touches such as an exquisite reflecting pool set within a 40-foot void where the original elevator once was.

Loft 124’s vast industrial interior has been meticulously reconfigured into 21 residences, all featuring fireplaces and direct elevator access. The one-bedroom and two-bedroom units range in size from 960 to 2000 square feet. In addition, Loft 124 has two penthouse apartments and two residences with 25-foor high ceilings.

The units at Loft 124 are bathed in light from four directions, and all but three have private balconies.