A Tribeca Loft With Natural History
help you pick the perfect place to stay and this Tribeca Loft is for sure a good choice. Shelves of curios and a small forest of potted plants greet you as you enter the sitting room of Franklin Place, which has low-slung sofas and hardwood floors. There are natural history artefacts throughout the home, most notably the skeleton suspended above the dining table. The table seats eight, and just past it is the kitchen, where open shelves and subway tiles give the space an industrial feel.
Past the kitchen, a hallway takes you to the second and third bedrooms, which are connected by a bathroom. The master bedroom, with its elegant tiled wall, is at the end of the hall. The final exhibit is the spa-like ensuite with a Jacuzzi bath and a steam shower.