NYC Loft with Highbrow design features is billed as an “artwork”. It comes with a comparable $ 5.4 million price tag.
This sculptural Soho apartment has been on the market for the first time in a quarter century. And, thanks to the abundance of original details added by that seller, it’s really very peculiar.
At an asking price of $ 5,495,000, buyers can get not only 2,500 square feet of bright Manhattan real estate, but also a variety of unique equipment built into the floor plan.
The three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom unit is 112 Prince St, a communal building with a monthly maintenance fee of $ 2,722. Make up the entire second floor of.
Built by 25-year-old resident and conceptual artist Michael Somoroff and architect Stephen Wanta, the living and dining rooms are floor-to-ceiling handmade sculptures made in Italian Marmoleen in a postmodern style. It is defined. According to the unit’s City Realty list, the sculpture was adjacent to the perimeter of the main area and was built by artisans in the field.
The study also lacks custom features such as an office area built on an elevated “stage” and an empty-height bookshelf that can only be accessed by a ladder.
The eat-in kitchen has plenty of personal touch, in addition to ample counter space. On the south side of the loft is the laundry room and the entrance to the locked elevator.
The master bedroom has a private bathroom just a few meters from the bed, allowing you to roll directly into the decadent bathtub.
For the original details of this 122-year-old building, there are restored wooden beam ceilings, cast iron columns, and six wooden frame windows. The ceiling is 13 feet high and the building also has a common roof deck and underground storage.