Behind a classic Soho facade, there’s nothing raw about this $4.25M loft triplex
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Behind a classic cast iron loft facade at 123 Prince Street in the heart of Soho, this triplex loft expands to three levels, with all-new interiors that include three bedrooms and plenty of living space. Asking $4,250,000, the downtown co-op has been outfitted with high-end custom finishes, including a rear wall of glass that overlooks a private vertical garden.
A full menu of modern amenities complements loft living. State-of-the-art systems include central air, thermostatically-controlled heating, custom LED lighting on dimmers throughout the apartment, and a retractable 110-inch home theater screen with surround sound speakers. You’ll also find a laundry room, abundant closets, and Boffi-appointed bathrooms.
The home begins on the middle floor, through an entrance gallery with floor-to-ceiling closets. The most dramatic space is the central living/dining room with high ceilings and exposed brick walls. A glass wall and sliding doors frame an outdoor patio.
A sleek Boffi kitchen designed by Piero Lissoni is anchored by a center island with a unique overhead storage system that includes an extractor fan and floating stainless steel shelving. Corian and Pietra Cardosa countertops frame custom walnut millwork and Miele and Gaggenau appliances. Also on this level, a home office/media room is concealed by sliding frosted glass panels.
Up a modern floating staircase, the lofted primary suite includes a closet-lined dressing room and separate linen closets. The en-suite bath has heated floors, a Boffi custom vanity, a two-person Kohler soaking tub, and a separate glass-enclosed rain shower. Petal-pink walls contrast with blue-hued accent walls on the main floor, providing a guideline for future color options.
On the home’s lowest level are two more bedrooms, a sitting area, and another full bath with heated flooring. Both of the bedrooms are lit by skylights and tall windows facing the back garden.
Built in 1891, the seven-unit boutique cooperative offers a new automatic elevator, a new boiler and hot water reservoir tank, and a refurbished lobby among many recent upgrades. There is no underlying mortgage and the building has a permanent Certificate of Occupancy.
[Listing details: 123 Prince Street Apt. 1 at CityRealty]