Sales have just launched at 150 Wooster Street, a new condominium designed and developed by KUB that pays homage to its location in Soho’s landmarked Cast Iron Historic District. The deconstructed steel cornice and masonry façade featuring handcrafted brick, limestone piers, and metal detailing recall the neighborhood’s industrial past. Spacious interiors with incredible light harken to the artists’ studios of the 1960’s and 70’s. Loft 3 is listed for $12.95 million, and Loft 4 is listed for $13.5 million. At an average of $3,055 per square foot, they are well above the Soho condo average of $2,134 per square foot.
For all the attention to history, the apartments are equipped to handle the latest technology. Each of the six full-floor units, a duplex penthouse among them, is prewired for a smart home automation system and Lutron motorized shades. A keyed elevator opens to a private entry gallery and expansive living and dining area with a sculptural gas fireplace. The chef’s kitchen has a large walk-in pantry, state-of-the-art appliances, and Danby marble island, countertops, and cabinet faces. The master bath features a Danby marble countertop vanity, mosaic floors, and slab walls; six-foot soaking tub, and separate water closet. Other features include a laundry room with full-size washer and dryer, a fully integrated Lutron lighting system, and large-plank fumed white oak floors. Select units have private outdoor space.
A pet-friendly doorman building, 150 Wooster Street is located in the heart of Soho’s premier shopping district. Top dining, entertainment, and transportation options are a short walk away.