Designer Loft in the New Museum Building Listed for $10.5 Million
Recognized as one of Lower Manhattan’s most sought after addresses, this gorgeous condo at 158 Mercer Street has a lot to live up to. However, with 4,200 square feet to work with, this three-bedroom loft might be up for the challenge. The sophisticated sun-blasted space features high ceilings, dark wood floors and stately columns. Plus, the interior was meticulously designed by de la Torre design studio—a talented team once named one of Elle Decor‘s top 25 designers. The property was recently put on the market and the current listing price is $10.5 million.
The property features a dramatic living and entertaining space that is brightly showcased through the room’s north-west corner exposure. The columns and dark wood floor give the space a sense of grandeur and sophistication.
The space also includes a wood-burning fireplace and a state-of-the-art open kitchen featuring all new custom cabinetry, Calcutta marble countertops, a Viking stove, and a Subzero wine refrigerator.
Next to the living room is a custom-designed library that is adorned with lacquered millwork by AD100 Architect Cooper Robertson Partners.
The walls of the master suite are decorated with hand-washed silk velvet. The room also features large bedroom closets lined with custom-dyed blue cloth. The master bath features custom plaster walls, an elegant vanity and a Waterworks hammered nickel sink.
The lovely home is located in heart of SoHo in the New Museum Building. The building was designed in 1897 by architects Cleverdon and Putzel, and was used as office space until 1996 when it became home to the New Museum of Contemporary Art. It was later converted into a residential condominium when the museum was relocated to its current Bowery location.
The superior design, location and amenities included with this property are some of the best of what New York City has to offer.