Sweeping Soho Loft Featured in Magazines Asks $23K/Month
Ever flip through the pages of an architecture magazine and wish that home could be yours? Well, there’s a two-bedroom stunner at 143 Prince Street that has graced the pages of many an architecture magazine, and it can be yours for $23,000 per month. This corner unit is flooded with light thanks to 12-foot ceilings and two walls of 17 oversized southern and western windows spanning 45 feet in the living room. Add to that ebonized wood floors and cast-iron columns, and you have the perfect architectural pin-up.
Enter the 2,200-square-foot loft through a keyed elevator. A western-facing exposed-brick accent wall adds more quintessential loft character to the open, airy space, which also has cast-iron columns and an exposed beam to help delineate the spaces. The open chef’s kitchen has an eat-at bar, custom cabinets, and snow-white Carrara marble countertops.
Behind the kitchen, the giant master has two giant western-facing windows and a large walk-in closet. The space is equipped for a home office with a built-in desk and shelving system. The master bath has a frosted glass window to let in natural light while still allowing for privacy. The vanity and bathing sections are separate, and features include Carrara marble walls, an extra-deep soaking tub and a heated towel rack. The guest bedroom and bath are also impressive, particularly because the loft used to be a four bedroom that was converted into two huge bedrooms.
143 Prince Street is a pet-friendly luxury building right above the Coach store. Additional features include central air, steam heating and full laundry room. And best of all, Soho’s shops, fine dining, art galleries, and nightlife are just a stone’s throw away.
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