Walking up to 16 Jessie, also known as One Ecker Place, I was impressed with the vibrancy of the neighborhood. The sidewalks were bustling and the neighboring plaza filled with people enjoying their lunch while a jazz quartet entertained. Turning my attention to the historic loft building, formerly built in 1906 as an ice house, I was mesmerized by the beautiful brick work and large arched historic windows of this building that stood at this location long before the tower skyscrapers around it. Inside the newly redecorated common areas show a pride of ownership in the building and the short elevator ride takes me to the 3rd floor and unit 313. Inside the home I’m greeted with a volume of space that feels airy and bright. A massive arched window, on an entire wall of brick that extends from the living area through to the bedroom, is the highlight of the home creating a dynamic space. The nicely appointed kitchen has all the amenities one would want including a cooktop and separate oven. A quick tour includes the spacious bathroom, in-unit laundry and custom outfitted closets. Common areas include the roof top deck which is nicely appointed and a great space to enjoy a sunny day. Finally the home does offer secure private storage making this a complete package.