Standing as a new construction, 150 Wooster features a duplex penthouse and a unique limestone, steel, and brick facade: two residences remain. The upper floors are clad in homemade Danish bricks while on the 7th floor, the facade transitions into a dramatic steel cornice.
These full-floor residences all exhibit wide open spaces, generous layouts, and expansive windows, allowing homes to be flooded with natural air and light. Fine millwork and large-plank fumed white oak floors add dramatic aesthetic to the interiors of each residences, allowing contemporary fittings and craftsmanship to be displayed at the fullest.
The homes all feature Danby marble bathrooms, and huge kitchen spaces which will provide you the best spot for some quality time with your family. State-of-the-art climate control and home automation systems ensure a convenient and luxurious lifestyle. Amenities include an elevator, a full-time doorman, basement storage, and fireplaces.
35 Wooster Street is a pre-war condominium building in downtown Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood finished in 1900. Situated at 35 Wooster Street, between Grand Street and Broome Street, the building contains 8 units and rises 5 stories. The elevatored building's amenities include: basement storage, roof deck, video intercom, washer/dryer in building, elevator, outdoor entertainment space, in-unit washer/dryer, fireplaces and terraces / balconies.
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