50 Wooster Street

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Classic Soho loft living awaits in this $12.5M full-floor condo

By Michelle Cohen, Wed, September 21, 2022

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Sprawling downtown Manhattan lofts, industrial bones intact, aren’t that easy to find these days. Asking $12,500,000–a decidedly 21st century price–this classic loft condo at 50 Wooster Street is on the market for the first time in 24 years. Filled with 19th-century charm, the full-floor apartment has the kind of living space–4,600 square feet of it–and the 13-foot ceilings, massive arched windows, and exposed brick that loft lovers crave. In addition, there’s a private terrace and four bedrooms, in a cast-iron 1883 building.

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When this enormous Soho loft at 50 Wooster Street hit the market for $23.3 million last December, 6sqft ogled its sleek renovation, complete with a motorized headboard, twin beds that slide together to form a king, copper tub, color-changing walls, and a secret cat tunnel that goes from the kitchen to the litter box in the pantry. But this wasn’t enough to entice a buyer, as it’s now gotten a pretty major price chop down to $15.95 million. If saving $7 million doesn’t do the trick, though, LL NYC has uncovered that the 4,800-square-foot pad once belonged to none other than Sir Elton John. He sold the loft in 2010 for $7.45 million to its current owner, art consultant Sara Tecchia, who enlisted Jeff Goldberger at Urban Edition Architecture to complete the uber-contemporary and tech-forward renovation.

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This enormous and undeniably awe-inspiring condominium at 50 Wooster Street seems pretty straightforward: A huge Soho loft with a sleek and expensive-looking contemporary renovation. And you have a choice! You can rent this gleaming 4,800 square-foot downtown pleasure palace for $40k a month, or just buy it for a mere $23.3 million.

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