Along a cobblestoned street in Manhattan’s vibrant SoHo district stands a new 7-story development. Constructed in 2004, it contains stunning pre-war architecture and contains 11 units, including special full-floor lofts and a myriad of amenities within the building.
Its condominium units are structured in a loft style with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that fill each apartment with natural light. Each has exposed pipes as well. The lofts face east across Wooster Street, while in the back, where the bedrooms are located, the windows offer western city views such as the Peter Walker-landscaped common space of SoHo Mews.
Units have kitchens that are fully-equipped with modern appliances, including Pearwood Poggenpohl cabinets, dishwasher, and a wine cooler. The bathrooms are fitted with Kohler tubs. Each apartment contains ample closet space and a washer and dryer. Additional conveniences provided in the building include video-intercoms and a key-controlled elevator that reads residents right to their correct apartment floor. Additional storage space is available in the basement. Outdoor spaces are also provided to residents. However, there are no parking spaces provided in the building.
The location of this structure is nearly perfect, as it is close to a wide array of resources including parks, landmarks, restaurants, shops, boutiques, galleries and much more. Commuting is not a problem either, as most subway lines are located just a few blocks from the building.