A classic Soho loft with an industrial-chic renovation and expansive rooftop terrace asks $4M

Posted On Wed, September 11, 2019 By

Posted On Wed, September 11, 2019 By In Cool Listings, Soho

Listing images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

This 1,800 square-foot loft at 55 Prince Street has all the elements of a classic Soho loft with the benefits of a fresh, gut renovation. All the original details—wood beams and columns, exposed brick walls, oak floors, and arched windows—were restored while industrial-chic elements were added, including a floating staircase and steel doors. A rooftop terrace adds 1,800 square feet of private outdoor space and the unit also comes with air rights to build up an additional 2,000 square feet. The modern pad is now listed at $4 million.

A custom pivot steel door brings you into the residence. A free-flowing floorplan comprises living and dining areas surrounded by the original windows and soaring, white-washed brick walls. The renovation added four additional windows and two skylights so there’s plenty of city views and natural light.

The sleek open kitchen boasts a full wall of marble, premium appliances, and a large island.

Tucked behind huge steel pocket doors is the master suite, complete with a spa-like bathroom featuring heated porcelain tile floors, an oval soaking tub, and a shower. There’s a second bedroom, a second full bath, and large closets throughout. The unit comes with a washer/dryer and central AC.

Up the custom glass-enclosed steel staircase is the expansive roof terrace, fully finished and furnished with deck areas and plantings.

Near the intersection of Prince Street and Lafayette Avenue, the brick warehouse building at 53-55 Prince Street is the last surviving portion of the historic Prince Street Works, which housed the silver department of Tiffany & Co. and was later known as the Tiffany Foundry building.

[Listing: 55 Prince Street, 5R by Tal Alexander, Oren Alexander, and Justin Hopwood of Douglas Elliman]

[At CityRealty]

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