When a listing is advertised as having a “Soho House meets The Standard Hotel design motif,” we already know who the target audience is. But just to be sure, an accompanying video features a pair of bed-headed hotties–one of whom is the listing broker–who would look right at home at either of those establishments as they frolic about the apartment in a steamy state. The smitten pair caress the home’s custom fixtures and invite the viewer to imagine a puzzlingly effort-free existence in this chic $1.495 million sixth-floor co-op at 303 Mercer Street‘s Snug Harbor.
Though it’s set within a pre-war building, this sleek and supersexy 920-square-foot pad has been updated and customized, offering a wealth of comforts and high-tech perks. A spacious living and dining room gets plenty of natural light from two oversized arched windows; exposed brick frames dark-stained hardwood floors; reclaimed vintage radiators provide “a nod to the building’s industrial history.”
The corner kitchen gets top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances like a Miele dishwasher, Wolf range, SubZero fridge, and wine fridge. Marble counters complement Soho House-worthy custom cabinetry (which, in fact, was made by the same craftsmen as the high-profile members’ club).
In the bedroom you’ll find three custom closets, including a California walk-in. The bathroom boasts “weekend-in-the-Hamptons style” (and also boldness), with a deep soaking tub and lighting designed by the fellow who did the Standard Hotel’s. Central air conditioning keeps the rooms cool and the residents from overheating.
The central staircase is a “focal point and work of art,” with clever storage under its lower half and floating treads above.
Upstairs, a lovely 825-square-foot roof deck would get anyone hot and bothered, so it’s good that there’s a cool outdoor shower. Lined with reclaimed cypress, this private oasis offers great neighborhood views and plenty of space for entertaining. Vintage lighting lends an elegant glow, while a full irrigation system keeps the landscape lush.
The apartment is fully wired, including a Lutron smart system and a Bang & Olufsen sound system that extends to the roof deck. QuietRock sheetrock insulates the home from any unwanted noise.
Consisting of three turn-of-the-century industrial buildings reborn as modern loft homes, the Snug Harbor complex offers a 24-hour doorman and live-in superintendent, in the heart of the Village with its prized historic blocks, restaurants, shops and proximity to everything downtown Manhattan offers.
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Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village