Sold & Closed. A split two bedroom and two-bathroom condominium located on the fifth floor of the Wooster Street side of Soho Mews. The building is one of three condominiums in Soho that has everything, a private garden, attended lobby, 24-hour staff, and parking in the building. You are able to enter or exit your apartment via the lobby and garage on the West Broadway or from the private Wooster Street side of the building. The apartment has ten-foot high ceilings, Mafi wide-plank floors, and custom-designed kitchens. The bathrooms have statue-grade white marble, deep soaking tubs, and heated bathroom floors.
Completed in 2007, the building process was monumental because of the location within the Soho Cast Iron Historic District. Architects Gwathmey Siegel designed a modern building meant to be a one of a kind development in a truly one of a kind location. The inspiration was the Soho aesthetic, and the facade, whose composition of stone, metal, and frosted and fritted glass, recalls the strength and simplicity of classic cast iron architecture. The apartment has enjoyed minimal use since 2007 and all of the original details and design elements are exactly as the architects intended.
Soho is a living museum inhabited during the day by small businesses, employees, entrepreneurs, tourists, retail, and high fashion. The streetscapes and uniformity of architecture on certain blocks are recognizable to everyone as the backgrounds of every movie ever made in New York. In the evening, Soho entertains until about 11pm. Most restaurants close by midnight, and the neighborhood quiets down to the residents living in the lofts.
The bedrooms are split. Bathrooms are en suite. The building contains 68 apartments. Common amenities include 24-hour attended front door, resident manager, fitness facility, and underground parking.