One of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance Sells Greenwich Village Pad for $2.6 Million
HSBC investment banker and one of the 25 most powerful women in finance, Katia Bouazza, has just sold her Greenwich Village pad for $2.6 million, according to city records. Who would have thought the Co-head of Global Capital Markets for the Americas could have such great taste?
This 3BR/2BA downtown loft has high ceilings, exposed brick and enough beams to keep you beaming for days. The newly renovated kitchen features our favorite top-of-the-line names: Sub-Zero, Miele, and Bosch. It also has an island that is “large enough to fit a baseball team”, according to Corcoran agents Bernice Leventhal and Sarah Thompson. The island is outfitted with custom corian counters and a zebra wood base.
The master suite has a built-in office nook and a giant walk-in closet, and a spa-like bathroom outfitted with Callacata Italian marble.
The private building has only two apartments per floor, a renovated lobby and an open rooftop. And while the new owners are L.A. transplants who will appreciate the quiet street of Laguardia Place to help them acclimate to New York life, they’re also going to enjoy all the perks of being just a block away from Washington Square Park and right on the edge of Soho. Welcome, Los Angeles friends, to the city that never sleeps!
Photos courtesy of Corcoran