62 Wooster Street

Located in Soho, 62 Wooster Street offers a condominium building that has been revived and converted to set a new standard for sustainable living. This COOKFOX-designed conversion stands tall as a cast-iron facade building, distinguished by Corinthian columns and exhibiting a perfect blend of high-end designs and craftsmanship.  Inside the building, homes have been designed to especially meet the standards of a contemporary and convenient living, with soaring ceiling heights, oversized windows and hand-finished wide white oak plank floors.  The interiors are airy and light-filled and feature exposed brick walls, wood joists and the highest quality finishes with handcrafted details throughout, ensuring you a lifestyle that compromises on neither luxury nor comfort. The Henry built kitchen, with all its comforts, is the heart of each home. Amenities include an attended lobby, pet-friendly environment, smart-home technology, elevator access, private storage and much more.    CITY REALTY ARTICLE    This landmarked 19th-century loft building in the heart of Soho was converted to seven condominiums in 2015, with the project’s design helmed by renowned architecture firm COOKFOX. The ultra-luxe lofts within the classic cast-iron building include a 6,900-square-foot six-bedroom duplex penthouse and two-, three- and four-bedroom units. Apartments feature great rooms with soaring loft ceilings, exposed brick walls and hand-finished 12-inch white oak plank floors. Kitchens are top-of-the-line including a Henrybuilt kitchen in the penthouse and American walnut cabinetry, slabs of Calacatta marble and appliances by Gaggenau and Viking. The elevator building features a virtual doorman, and smart-home features in units include custom lighting and A/V. The best of Soho and downtown Manhattan lies just outside the door including the city’s best designer shops from  Topshop  and Bloomingdales to  Acne Studios ; Bars and restaurants include  Balthazar  and  Lucky Strike , and classic galleries like  The Drawing Center  are steps away. Nearby subway stops include the B,D,Q,R,1,2 and J lines.   CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!

Located in Soho, 62 Wooster Street offers a condominium building that has been revived and converted to set a new standard for sustainable living. This COOKFOX-designed conversion stands tall as a cast-iron facade building, distinguished by Corinthian columns and exhibiting a perfect blend of high-end designs and craftsmanship.

Inside the building, homes have been designed to especially meet the standards of a contemporary and convenient living, with soaring ceiling heights, oversized windows and hand-finished wide white oak plank floors.

The interiors are airy and light-filled and feature exposed brick walls, wood joists and the highest quality finishes with handcrafted details throughout, ensuring you a lifestyle that compromises on neither luxury nor comfort. The Henry built kitchen, with all its comforts, is the heart of each home. Amenities include an attended lobby, pet-friendly environment, smart-home technology, elevator access, private storage and much more.

CITY REALTY ARTICLE

This landmarked 19th-century loft building in the heart of Soho was converted to seven condominiums in 2015, with the project’s design helmed by renowned architecture firm COOKFOX. The ultra-luxe lofts within the classic cast-iron building include a 6,900-square-foot six-bedroom duplex penthouse and two-, three- and four-bedroom units. Apartments feature great rooms with soaring loft ceilings, exposed brick walls and hand-finished 12-inch white oak plank floors. Kitchens are top-of-the-line including a Henrybuilt kitchen in the penthouse and American walnut cabinetry, slabs of Calacatta marble and appliances by Gaggenau and Viking. The elevator building features a virtual doorman, and smart-home features in units include custom lighting and A/V. The best of Soho and downtown Manhattan lies just outside the door including the city’s best designer shops from Topshop and Bloomingdales to Acne Studios; Bars and restaurants include Balthazar and Lucky Strike, and classic galleries like The Drawing Center are steps away. Nearby subway stops include the B,D,Q,R,1,2 and J lines.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!

Danielle Nazinitsky