Nestled on a picturesque residential block in SoHo this exquisitely designed unit features 3,500 sq ft 3BR+/2.5BA with 12' ceilings, huge entertaining space, a private landscaped back terrace, top of the line finishes, a keyed elevator, and ample extras. Recently renovated with an eye for detail, this vast apartment has been designed to showcase original loft details such as exposed wood beams, a roaring wood burning fireplace and cast iron columns as well as modern features which include a screening room with professional AV wiring, extensive built-in storage and a massive laundry/mud room. The chef's kitchen is expertly designed with Viking appliances, a vast 17' white marble island with built-in seating area, and cleverly disguised wine fridge, Miele expresso machine and more. The king-sized Master Suite has a dream walk-in closet, a huge en-suite 5 fixture bath with double vanities, walk-in shower and a tub for two, all overlooking the gloriously lush private terrace in back.
94 Thompson Street/420 West Broadway is well known as the SoHo Gallery Building - which was the epicenter of the SoHo art scene in the 1960's, 70's, and 80's. It is most well-known for housing the galleries of Leo Castelli and Sonnabend who built the careers of Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein and many others. Today the SoHo Gallery Building is a 7-Story, 9-unit cooperative with two entrances (one private, at 94 Thompson, and one with the convenience of a part-time doorman, at 420 West Broadway) and a full-time super.