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Sleeping space is adventurously tucked away in an alcove above the kitchen, accessible by a track ladder that slides along a rail mounted above the counter.

Sleeping space is adventurously tucked away in an alcove above the kitchen, accessible by a track ladder that slides along a rail mounted above the counter.

Huge conference table, perfect for a place of business, a huge ski lodge, or a loft space!-Mohr & McPherson - 460 Harrison Avenue Boston, MA 02118 - For more info call: (617) 210-7900  we are also opened 11-7pm daily if you would like to just stop in.

Huge conference table, perfect for a place of business, a huge ski lodge, or a loft space!-Mohr & McPherson - 460 Harrison Avenue Boston, MA 02118 - For more info call: (617) 210-7900 we are also opened 11-7pm daily if you would like to just stop in.

House tour of a multi million dollar real estate listing. Peek inside a fabulous New York City Park Avenue loft.

House tour of a multi million dollar real estate listing. Peek inside a fabulous New York City Park Avenue loft.

enochliew: Studio of Draga Obradovic and Aurel Basedow Part of a building from the 19th century, originally built as a textile mill.

enochliew: Studio of Draga Obradovic and Aurel Basedow Part of a building from the 19th century, originally built as a textile mill.

Avenue Lofts are authentic warehouse loft conversions.  These are very large, open loft spaces with exposed brick, concrete and ducts.

Avenue Lofts are authentic warehouse loft conversions. These are very large, open loft spaces with exposed brick, concrete and ducts.

This private garden (above) at 620 Fifth Avenue is not to be confused with "The Top of the Rock" (30 Rockefeller Plaza), which is a 70th floor public observation deck with panoramic views. Because this exclusive roof space is on the seventh floor, the surrounding buildings such as St. Patrick's Cathedra feel close enough to touch. (this is one of three pins on my board titled << New York City: My Favorite Places >>

This private garden (above) at 620 Fifth Avenue is not to be confused with "The Top of the Rock" (30 Rockefeller Plaza), which is a 70th floor public observation deck with panoramic views. Because this exclusive roof space is on the seventh floor, the surrounding buildings such as St. Patrick's Cathedra feel close enough to touch. (this is one of three pins on my board titled << New York City: My Favorite Places >>

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