Steampunk Apartment: Home Of Jeremy Noritz In Chelsea, New York (Photo)

By on Aug 19, 2011 in Amazing, Lifestyle, United States, World Comments
Steampunk Home Apartment by Jeremy Noritz

Steampunk Home Apartment by Jeremy Noritz
Image Credit: Natalie Keyssar/WSJ

A Chelsea, New York apartment worth $1.3 million was transformed into a Jules Verne steampunk style loft by Jeremy Noritz, according to reports by several international news sites on Wednesday, August 17, 2011.

Reports said that Noritz bought the apartment in 2006 and he described the house to be “in very good condition, but very conservative and compartmentalized.”

In two years, Noritz was able to transform the 1,800-square-foot space into an open loft with one bedroom, two hidden bathrooms behind the walls of an antique piping, gears and cogs.

The apartment front door was converted into a submarine-like entrance with porthole.

The living room were filled with Noritz collection that include 500 pounds of large wooden gears, vintage recliners with built-in cup holders, sculptures, blimps and ceiling fans.

Noritz, however, decided to put the fully furnished apartment on sale for $1.75 million. He explained that he found himself “to spend a long time away from New York.” He added that he love his loft “but it’s time for someone else to enjoy it.”

Below are some of the featured areas inside Jeremy Noritz’s steampunk loft. Use the page navigation buttons below the images to view other photos of the Chelsea Steampunk home.

Color changing Zeppelin hangs over the ceiling
Color changing Zeppelin hangs over the ceiling
Image Credit: Natalie Keyssar/WSJ



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