Set between Prince and Spring Streets on a quaint and historic Belgian street block, The Wooster Street Condominium is a discreet historic loft building located at the center of SOHO. The location is along a variety of shops ranging from trendy upscale boutiques to national and international chain store outlets. The beautiful historic streets are home to many artist's lofts and their art galleries.
The Wooster Street Condominium Penthouse E is an impeccably renovated three-floor loft home with an impressive must-see private roof garden that highlight spectacular sky views of Lower Manhattan and landmark SOHO cast-iron architecture.
On the main floor are two spacious bedrooms both equipped with Lutron operated blackout shade skylights. The first bedroom includes a custom-built work station with drawers and wall mounted storage perfect for an office set-up. The second bedroom includes Saint Germain designed wardrobes with integrated lighting and an en-suite bathroom perfect for any visitors or guests or family. A second bathroom is found in the living area. All the bathrooms include Salvatori lava stone chiseled wall tiles and lava stone sand blasted floor tiles Along the living room are 5 large windows that bring in radiant sun and face Wooster Street. The floors are grey satin stained engineer Hickory floors.
The main floor also highlights an incredible open BOFFI kitchen with a massive island and backsplash made of white macauba honed quartzite from Italy and designed by Norbert Wangen. The stainless steel kitchen appliances include Gaggeneau two-door integrated refrigerator and freezer, convection oven, combination steam oven, glass front convection warming drawer, a fully integrated dishwasher, 5 burner gas cooktop, glass visor touch control integrated hood, a Sub Zero wine storage with 2 zone temperature control, and a large and hidden walk-in pantry tucked behind a floor to ceiling cabinet door with Brompton shelving in black anodized aluminum and a separately vented Bosch washer and dryer.
The top of the first staircase leads to the upper floor level into a hallway with access to the roof terrace and the gorgeous master bedroom. The Master Bedroom has floor to ceiling South and East window views that overlook the private roof terrace and Wooster Street. The windows are also Nanawall, an open glass wall system that can completely retract to allow directly access to the roof terrace for an impressive open fresh air outdoor living experience and lifestyle. The master bedroom also includes a large walk-in wardrobe that lead to an ensuite bathroom with a BOFFI vanity unit in graphite oak and quartzite and illuminated mirror with graphite grey oak frame designed by Claudio Silvestrin. The rain shower includes a stainless steel satin finish. The heated floor tiles are Salvatori sandblasted silk Gorgette and the wall tiles are of Salvatori Crema D'Orcia.
Both the lower and upper roof deck gardens including custom-built IPE wooden planters with live plants and porcelain tiles. The lower deck roof garden includes a large sitting area and a custom stainless-steel shade canopy with integrated lighting and a FESFOC stainless steel floating gas barbeque perfect for entertaining guests. The top of the staircase leads to the upper deck with incredible and private views of Downtown Manhattan as well as the roofs of many of the cast-iron buildings in SOHO.
The home uses a centrally controlled home automation system with an integrated sound system for all rooms and roof deck. Additional wall mounted touch-pads are found in the living room and the master bedroom to control also control sound. Temperature and humidity can also be remotely controlled for each room. All windows have solar and black-out shades electrically controlled by the Lutron lighting system. The home also has 3 security cameras found on the roof deck with real-time access, and also features a newly installed HVAC system with Mitsubishi condensers.