, Fri, September 23, 2022
Photo credit: Celeste Godoy Photography for The Corcoran Group
Located within a classic 1844 Greenwich Village building, this jewel box of a co-op boasts a custom renovation by noted interior designer Carlos Otero. The result, currently asking $7,500,000, is a thoroughly modern and luxurious home that has retained the warmth and creativity befitting its address. The three-level co-op at 200 Mercer Street includes 3,000 square feet of creatively-designed interior space and an expansive landscaped private roof terrace.
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This decidedly non-cookie-cutter co-op at 200 Mercer Street where Noho and the Village meet is a fine example of the surprises that await behind the doors of New York City’s apartments. The two-bedroom duplex, currently on the market for $3.75 million has had a complete modern renovation with a studied eye for design detail that transcends the merely trendy. Every comfort and convenience has been considered, from the wood-burning fireplace, central air-conditioning and laundry to integrated speakers and home automation, and a private roof deck is covetable in any home.
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