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Adding distinction to the skyline, Trump SoHo brings a new perspective of Manhattan with its unparalleled views of the city. Possessing one of NYC’s most coveted locations stands this flawless image of beauty. It boasts an exorbitant 391 elegant condo hotel units, which includes studios and one-bedrooms. Several of these guestrooms can be combined to create spacious two bedroom suites or three bedroom luxury spa suites. There are also five penthouse units and one immense presidential suite, offering an impressive 360° view of the City.
115 Mercer is stunning 8 apartment 1900's cast iron loft condominium building. As a boutique doorman condominium located right on Mercer it is on notably the most exclusive cobblestone block in Soho. Each home is generously proportioned and are floor-through lofts that take up the entire floor with giant windows overlooking Mercer’s cobblestone street below. While maintaining all the pre-war charm one would in vision in a cast iron loft, the homes were designed with all of today’s industrial chic features a loft lover can only dream of. Thoughtful details such as high-ceilings, oversized windows, radiant heated limestone bathroom floors, heated towel rails, Zuma soak tubs, marble vanities, his and her washbasins, built-in-storage space, wide plank white oak floors, built-in closets, high-speed internet, cable and phone wiring provide a customized touch to your home. The apartments also have open Chef kitchens with stainless steel appliances, wine coolers, French-walnut cabinetry, Crema Royale countertops, dishwashers, and trash compactors and silent washer and dryers in your home too.
One of Soho’s fabulous boutique condominiums 139 Wooster is made up of two eight floor residential buildings comprising of 16 spectacular loft homes. In between the two buildings are the private landscaped gardens exclusively for the residents and their quests. The lush garden landscaping is complemented by a waterfall designed to be as relaxing and soothing as it is beautiful. Be mere steps from Soho’s and many of the world’s finest art galleries, boutiques, downtown restaurants and landmarked district which boasts the finest collection of historic cast-iron structures in the world. 139 Wooster is a great option if you are looking for that true old world charm integrated to high-end living today that only the cobblestone streets of Soho can bring you.
151 Wooster located in the heart of Soho is designed for the discerning homeowners in mind who requires space, custom details, spa –like bathrooms, in a warm and modern but chic living space. Ten exclusive collections of loft homes consisting of 3,000 sq. ft. luxury lofts and one 8,000 sq. ft. penthouse, these homes were meticulous and masterfully appointed in all their detail. Original facade which was carefully fully restored by Alfa Development was done while maintaining the stunning architectural details of the past, including the dramatic cornice, the limestone window carvings and the light antiqued brick. As discerning homeowner you will enjoy unparalleled and extremely high-end interior construction blended with the exterior character of the neighborhood that has made 151 Wooster and Soho famous and sought after the world over.
SoHo Mews is an unprecedented fusion of city and solitude which is centrally located in one of the most fabulous and exciting dining and shopping neighborhoods in Manhattan. The superb SoHo mews consists of two elegant residential buildings – one facing West Broadway and the other facing Wooster Street. Both spectacular buildings are connected by a sprawling, blanketed, landscaped garden. Notable celebrities like Justin Timberlake, Oscar de la Renta and Vickram Chatwal have purchased homes at the SoHo mews. Today SoHo mews is lauded as one of the most successful new buildings in the area.
The Urban Glass House is a 12-story glass and steel condominium tower made of 40 residences located at 330 Spring Street in Soho Manhattan and was the final residential project of architect Philip Johnson that was inspired by his seminal Glass House, in Connecticut. The interiors were designed by renowned architect Annabelle Selldorf, which the combination of these celebrated architects makes the Urban Glass House condominium a sought after residential home to live in. The Urban Glass House is perfectly located in Soho and mere steps away from Hudson River Park, you are at the crossroads of the West Village and Tribeca, and walking distance to downtown’s restaurants, nightlife and vibe that the joy of downtown living has to offer.
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