Raw Detroit Loft

Loft buyers in the red-hot NYC market can expect to pay upwards of $4.75M for 6,000-square-feet of raw loft space in neighborhoods like Tribeca or Soho. In Detroit, that much space and style costs just a tenth of that, $475K.

Cantilever Glass House

It took three years to build, but the Emerald Art Glass House now hovers above the factory in the South Side neighborhood, overlooking the Monongahela River, railway line and bridges.

Live-Work Loft

This urban loft for a single man occupies the entire top floor of a 1920’s concrete frame structure in San Francisco’s Soma neighborhood. The space, essentially a “toolbox” for the owner’s urban lifestyle, uniquely adapts commercial and technical materials and components to residential functions.

John Curran’s Tribeca loft

The previous home of John Curran and Kristen Frederickson, longtime Tribecans is a perfect statement about the area’s reinhabitation. The 80-foot-deep three-bedroom loft apartment was designed by New York’s Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects, with Joel Barkley taking the lead. It manages to celebrate the guts of the old neighborhood without any denial that there is much to enjoy about the new.

Watch the clock

This one had been around the internets a few times already, but where if not here would you find one of the coolest lofts in NY. This striking triplex penthouse in a clock tower overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge and New York Harbor has gone on the market for $25 million.