The traditional textile factory in Manhattan, New York, dates back to 1883. After years of development, it was recently converted into the Alcant Baths. The bath space is about 16,000 square feet. There are four small baths in the center of the bath. The bottom and walls of the bath are made of smooth marble. The water temperature in the bath can reach 46 degrees Fahrenheit to 102 degrees Fahrenheit. There is also a saltwater pool and a public bath around the bath.
Although the Alcant Baths are newly built, the overall design does incorporate the ancient American bathing buildings. The iconic red brick construction was used inside the bathhouse, and the interior decorations of the bathhouse were mostly designed to mimic ancient bathing buildings.
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