Ceiling Heights Are Sealing Real Estate Deals For The Well-Heeled

Publication: Forbes

July 27, 2019

According to Forbes, studies have shown that living in a space with high ceilings encourages creativity and free thinking. While most developers strive to raise their ceilings to 10 feet, the new West Village homes for sale at 90 Morton feature lofty 12-foot ceilings, which, paired with the building’s many large windows, create light-flooded interiors with historic Village views. As opposed to the blank white box ceilings often found in new construction homes, the ceilings at 90 Morton reveal beams supported by artfully placed columns that provide additional dimension and character. The high ceilings extend to the building’s luxury amenities spaces, which include a library, 64-foot-long indoor lap pool, and landscaped rooftop terrace with BBQs and skyline views.

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