139 Wooster Street is a new luxury development donned with an iron-and-glass façade. Located on a cobblestoned street in SoHo, it includes two 8-story buildings with 16 units in them.
Designed by the renowned architectural firm that renovated Grand Central Station, Beyer Blinder Belle, this edifice signifies modernity and class. Its two buildings are connected by a quiet, serene garden with meticulous landscaping and a waterfall. The lobby has fine details including incandescent lighting, fluted glass, Venetian plaster and French limestone flooring. This same area is attended by a doorman and a 24-hour concierge. In addition, it also has a variety of amenities which include a private fitness center, laundry room, and a storage room. It also has a beautifully designed courtyard and a roof deck.
Each unit has an open floor plan and is furnished with floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors and 11-foot ceilings. It has an expansive living room, while its open kitchen features Cashmere Gold countertops and the likes of Miele, SubZero, and Bosch for its appliances. The bathroom has Oyster Beige marble floors and Lagos Azul limestone countertops, among other fixtures. All of its luxury condos - including two 2-story penthouses - have private outdoor spaces.
A few blocks away are conveniences like five subway lines, boutiques, cafes, and restaurants, which are all just a few minutes away from the building.