Presenting 59 Wooster Street 3E, a rare opportunity to create your ideal loft residence in a historic Soho building. Measuring approximately 3,050 square feet, this treasured corner loft offers southern and eastern exposures from twelve oversized and arched windows, 11' ceilings, stately columns, and original hardwood floors. 3E is the perfect canvas for creating an unrivaled home or a multi-functional live/work space.
The keyed elevator opens to a windowed foyer, introducing the home's stately architectural features and leading to the open loft-style living area that encompasses the formal dining room, living room, and artists' studio space. The prominent living room and studio space stretch over 2,300 square feet and are encased by oversized cast iron windows. Three columns divide the space, offering a lavish entertaining space and multi-use functionality. Custom closets and built-ins throughout the home provide a myriad of refined storage options.
The principal bedroom nestled in the northwest corner of the home is privately separated by custom frosted glass windows that provide tranquil light throughout the day. Ample closet space including three double-deep built-ins, a separate walk-in closet, and a large en-suite bathroom complete the suite. The second bedroom is also generously proportioned with an en-suite bath.
Designed by Alfred Zucker and completed in 1891, this Romanesque Revival building is situated on the corner of Wooster and Broome Streets with proximity to the neighborhood's opulent offerings including shopping at Gucci, Chanel, and Celine, provisions from notorious NYC establishments Cipriani, Balthazar, and Lure Fish Bar and premier hotels such as The Mercer and The Crosby Street Hotel, as well as some of the city's most renowned art and entertainment venues.