On one of downtowns most coveted and charming cobblestone blocks, at the heart of the Soho Cast-Iron Historic District, this spectacular and sprawling home offers the best of loft living. A perfect marriage of the cool industrial aesthetic of Sohos late 19th century past, with modern luxuries, this full-floor loft is in mint, renovated condition and features 11.5 ceilings, wide plank oak floors, original cast iron columns, abundant storage, and central A/C. An ideal floorplan offers 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and approximately 3,800+/- square feet. The key-locked elevator opens into a gracious entry foyer, with black and white chevron-patterned marble floors, and sliding steel barn doors concealing the elevator and stairwell entrances. Visitors are immediately impressed by the expansive 37 foot-wide living room, with a wall of five enormous rotating casement windows that overlook Wooster Street and provide beautiful natural light all day. With a perfect flow for entertaining on a grand scale, the living room leads to an open chefs kitchen, opposite a large dining area that can easily accommodate seated dinners for 20. The kitchen features top of the line appliances, including a Subzero refrigerator, Viking range, Miele dishwasher, a garbage disposal, extensive custom cabinetry with ample storage space, and marble counters. Smart design features include a built-in display vitrine facing the living area, and a center island with a back-lit Corian-over-resin countertop, providing extra prep space as well as counter-seating. An adjacent large pantry offers additional storage and houses a wine fridge. Ideally situated just beyond the kitchen/dining areas is a guest powder room. A beautiful gallery hall with two sets of oversized double doors provides privacy and leads to the dramatic master wing of the loft. The enormous master suite includes a huge bedchamber with 3 oversized windows, a generous en-suite 5-fixture master bath, and every New Yorkers dream closet. This glamorous 20 long walk-in dressing room has two walls of custom-fitted storage, leading to a dressing/vanity area. From the corner of the bedchamber, a passage door accesses the media/family room and the secondary bedroom wing. A hand-carved antique Renaissance-revival door off the entry foyer leads through a long hall of storage closets to the second wing of the loft. Off the hallway is a large bathroom with a claw-foot soaking tub and a separate shower. An oversized 21 x 22 den is ideal as a media, family or play-room, with ample space for seating and additional storage. Two generous bedrooms (which can easily be converted to create a 4th bedroom), and a laundry room with vented dryer, complete the guest wing. All of the bedrooms are perfectly situated at the back of the building, assuring complete quiet. The unit is wired for sound throughout, and transfers with two private storage bins in the basement. Built in 1894, 101 Wooster is one of Sohos most handsome loft buildings, with a beautiful brick, stone, cast-iron and terra cotta facade. Perfectly located between Prince and Spring Streets, it is on the most desirable block at the heart of Soho, surrounded by world-class luxury boutiques, excellent restaurants, easy transportation access, and the best amenities that downtown has to offer. This well-managed 7-story elevator building was converted to cooperative in 1982, and features a newly renovated entrance lobby and restored common areas, as well as a video entry-phone security system, and a common roof deck. Pet and sublet policies are case by case, with board approval.
SoHo is a thriving, fashionable neighborhood in New York City. An acronym for "South of Houston Street,” SoHo is historically tied to the artistic explosion of New York City and remains an important destination for fashion and the arts. It's distinguishable cast-iron building architecture and cobblestone streets make its lofts, commercial, retail and office spaces a haven for the city's young urban professionals and artists alike. Great opportunities for commercial class A, B and C office space with building amenities such as 24-hour doormen and access, dedicated elevators, sophisticated reception and conference areas, IT support, impressive views and large windows. Tenants looking to lease or sublease office space in this New York neighborhood can expect to rub shoulders with creative advertising, marketing, PR, and media companies as well as boutique hedge funds, asset managers, and law firms. Landmark buildings The Little Singer Building, The E.V. Haughwout Building, 109 Prince St, 112 Prince St and it’s Trompe L’oeil Mural are spread throughout SoHo. Major thorough fares include Spring, Prince, Wooster, Greene, Mercer, Thompson, Broadway Street and the Prince St. R,W, the Spring St., and the Broadway-Lafayette B,D,F,V Subway Stops.