This expansive SoHo loft penthouse invites you home to a full-floor downtown showplace with a private roof deck in the heart of vibrant Spring Street.
This full-floor 1,103-square-foot classic loft space is filled with stunning details, including recently re-finished hardwood floors, painted brick walls, pressed tin ceilings and a wall of gracefully bowed windows overlooking Spring Street. A bright skylight floods the space with sun, while through-the-wall air-conditioning ensures year-round comfort. With just a simple windowed bath and kitchen in place, the rest of the expansive space is open to your exact need and wants. Poised at the top of a four-story walk-up building, this unit offers direct interior access to the wide-open roof.
Set within the SoHo Cast-Iron Historic District, 150 Spring Street likely dates back to the original 1819 development of the block by George Wragg, who owned a large swath of Spring Street. Updated in 1909, the striking faade boasts handsome pressed-metal swag and flower motifs and gorgeous bay windows.
The Historic District designation report calls this one of the most intriguing blocks in the area, thanks to its abundant early 19th century architecture. Here, you're surrounded by every luxury retailer imaginable with Chanel, Burberry, Tamara Melon, Molton Brown, Longchamp, Apple and more. The renowned nightlife and dining of SoHo, Tribeca and the Village are within easy reach, as are the buzzy tech startups and advertising offices of Hudson Square. Transportation is effortless with A/C/E, N/R/W, 6 and 1 trains, excellent bus service and CitiBike stations all nearby.