CurbedMay 15, 2013The 92-unit building at 93 Worth Street hit the market at the very end of 2012, and sales appear to be going well: StreetEasy shows 76 units in contract and just three on the market for the moment. Photographer Will Femia stopped by the office-to-condo conversion, where he saw a studio, a two- bedroom model unit, and a three-bedroom model unit (and, naturally, the sales office, which is designed to look like the lobby). Have a look in the gallery above. The three available units are asking $800,000 (for a studio), $3.5 million (3BR), and $4.5 million (2BR).
The building was designed by ODA-Architecture, and amenities include a rooftop terrace with kitchen, fitness center, children's play room, dog washing station, and bike storage. Within the units, there are seven-foot windows, washer/dryers, and solid oak floorings.