Pre-war | Elevator | Laundry room
Central AC | Central Heating | Powder room | Washer/Dryer
at Canal St 0.2 miles at Spring St 0.2 miles at Canal St 0.2 miles at Prince St 0.2 miles at Spring St 0.3 miles at Broadway-Lafayette St 0.3 miles
This three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom, loft-style apartment combines a bright and modern design scheme with understated yet distinctive original details. Featuring exposures in all four directions, plus a lovely private terrace overlooking a serene rear garden, this gorgeous, inimitable home is located in the heart of SoHo, steps away from some of New York's finest restaurants, shopping, and nightlife.
A private keyed elevator opens into the spacious and beautiful living area, where abundant light pours in through a wall of large re-milled windows. Original exposed wooden beams on the high ceilings lend a beautiful warmth and patina to the living room. The open chef's kitchen is appointed with state-of-the-art appliances and Chroma counters, with walnut cabinetry that acts a lovely counterpoint to the exposed brick walls.
All of the apartment's bedrooms feature large steel casement windows, recessed lighting, expansive closets, and cherry-finished oak hardwood flooring. The master suite, drenched in sun from its two western and southern exposure walls, features a gigantic walk-in closet and a lavish en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower and gorgeous free-standing cast iron tub. Pocket doors can turn this space into a private oasisa perfect place to relax and look out over SoHo's charming terraces and timeless water towers. Accents such as subway tiling, a functional laundry room, iPad-controlled Crestron sound and lighting system, and high-end fixtures lend a modern, minimalist ambiance throughout.
55 Mercer is a historic 19th-century cast-iron building designed by Griffith Thomas, dubbed by the American Institute of Architects as "the most fashionable architect of his generation." It lies on one of SoHo's more tranquil streets yet within walking distance of everything the neighborhood has to offer. Its scale and gorgeous period detailing make it an exemplar of the landmarked Cast-Iron Historic District, elegantly combining mercantile factory roots with understated luxury living. The A/C/E, N/R and 6 trains are all within a few blocks, providing rapid transportation anywhere in New York City.
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