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Inside Look: 4 luxury lofts for rent

What a modern loft will cost you in rent.

Decades ago lofts were the opposite of luxury, but today they are reserved for those looking for open space and contemporary details. Here are four lofts for rent —from Brooklyn to downtown Manhattan.

44 Berry St., 4E
$3,438/mo

Located in a historic former tonic water factory, this Williamsburg loft features industrial details, such as exposed wood columns and beams, and exposed brick. The one bedroom, one bathroom unit also has classic loft details, such as high ceilings and large windows. Building amenities include an elevator, common roof deck with two grills and a bocce ball court, fitness center, and laundry room.

127 Madison Ave., 8-FLR
$6,900/mo

This full-floor Flatiron loft offer two bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,600 square feet. The loft also features a private keyed elevator, high ceilings, oversized windows and walnut floors throughout. Though the whole place is described as in "mint condition," the kitchen has all the modern touches with Carrera countertops, and Subzero and Bosch appliances including a built in espresso machine.

242 Lafayette St., 3S
$8,500/mo

Described as a “classic Soho floor-through loft,” this apartment comes furnished in 1,350 square feet. There are two bedrooms and one-and-a-half-bathrooms, with an open kitchen. Unforgettable details includes the 12-foot tin ceilings, exposed brick and oversized windows. The furniture includes a mix of modern and antique pieces to compliment the home.

12 West 18 St., 3W
$10,000/mo

Rent this furnished Flatiron loft for a few short months or as long as two years. The home features 1,750 square feet with two bedrooms, a home office and two bathrooms. A master suite has a walk-in closet/dressing room and a spa bathroom with a heated floor. The entire loft features newly refinished hardwood flooring and recessed LED lighting, a Nest home system, and a new 2-zone central air system.

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