Timeless in location and design, the only full-floor simplex at 224 Mulberry offers 4,034 square feet with terraces lining all east-facing rooms. This thoughtfully planned 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home features mixed-width solid white oak flooring, recessed lighting and key-locked elevator access with dual entry to the foyer or mud and laundry rooms. The expansive living and dining area allow for seamless entertaining, while the den provides a more intimate setting granting access to one of the terraces. The custom-designed Smallbone kitchen with polished statuary marble countertops and Bardiglio mini bricks backsplash is fully equipped with Gaggenau appliances. All hoods and dryers are vented to the outside. The master suite shares a terrace with the study and the lavish en-suite bathroom delivers a freestanding cast iron bathtub, dual sinks and fixtures by Barber Wilson. A keyed storage room on the cellar level along with 2 parking spaces are included with the apartment.
Mulberry Street, named for the trees that once lined it, is one of the oldest streets to appear on New York City maps, and has hosted almost every major immigrant group that has passed through the city. Surrounded by history and traditions, 224 Mulberry Street offers a unique living experience in one of New York's most cherished neighborhoods. The building's facade, comprised of roman brick, cast stone and mahogany windows, presents a unique combination of current and celebrated architecture. With only six units, amenities for the eight-story condominium include a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, and shared roof terrace with views of the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center and the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges.