Urban Digs: New Jersey Bank Becomes Luxury Loft

The Jefferson Trust Bank Building has had a long history in Hoboken, N.J., as it was built in 1912 and then added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. Today, the building has been converted into a luxury loft, with 2,960-square-feet of living space, two bedrooms and many original details, like a stained glass skylight and clock.

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Halstead Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Jefferson Trust Bank Building in New Jersey

From the exterior, one might not suspect that the historic Jefferson Trust Bank Building in New Jersey has been converted into a luxury penthouse. The 2,960-square-foot space features tall ceilings and Art Deco details, as well as an updated kitchen.

Historic Home Includes Original Skylight

Given the building's history, it makes sense that the interior retains some of its original, one-of-a-kind features, like a 20’ x 20’ stained glass back lit skylight, the restored Jefferson Trust Bank clock, ornate plaster moldings, and the stunning original wrought iron window grates.

Formal Dining Space Beneath Skylight

Just behind the living room sofa, a long table with eight chairs creates a stylish dining area. From here, guests can enjoy their meal and views of the stained glass skylight overhead.

Stylish Yet Comfortable Living Room

After dinner, the owners and their guests can unwind in this comfortable living area. A large sofa, loveseat and matching chaise ensure there's plenty of room for everyone to stretch out, while an area rug keeps the floors soft.

Polished Wood in Powder Room

When guests need to freshen up, they can head into this pretty powder room. Here, an edgy vanity and mirror give the space Art Deco style, while a penny tile backsplash and wood vessel sink add some natural texture.

Bright Guest Bedroom Includes City Views

Visitors will never want to leave after they lay eyes on this gorgeous guest suite. With white walls, recessed lighting and a chandelier, the space is beautifully bright and even has a window seat for looking out at the city.

Slate Gray Tile Makes Statement in Bathroom

Slate gray tile makes a serious statement in this spare bathroom. A wood vanity complements the moody look, as well as offers storage for extra towels and other essentials.

Glamorous Art Deco-Inspired Master Suite

Cool gray walls and crisp white furniture make this master suite a soothing place to be. A tufted headboard and metallic accents balance the laid-back look and add a touch of Art Deco glamour.

Master Bathroom With His-and-Her Sinks

The master bathroom is just as stunning as the rest of the house thanks to crisp white walls and warm penny tile that wraps around. A custom cabinet divides the his-and-her sinks and gives the owners room for their favorite things.

Laundry Room With Custom Cabinets

This laundry room was designed with efficiency in mind. Thus, the space features custom cabinets for essentials like dryer sheets and detergent, as well as a sink and folding station.

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