This newly constructed post-war condominium building by Selldorf Architects is a modern day interpretation of the classic cast-iron loft building that is a signature icon of Soho. The stainless steel and shining glass facade will win your heart immediately, and the main entrance will take you into a wonderland, where comfort and luxury go hand in hand.
The interiors exhibit meticulously detailed and deftly crafted designs with spacious floor plans, airy, open spaces and expansive windows that allow natural light and air to flood into the apartments. The rooms are surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors that create a fluid transition between the inside warmth of home and outside vibe of a lively city.
A carefully-curated package of amenities includes an attended lobby, full-time doorman, basement storage, central AC, elevator access, on-site parking and fireplaces in apartments to lend your home warmth.
This sleek and shiny, 7-story apartment building at 42 Crosby Street on the northwest corner at Broome Street in SoHo was completed in 2016 and has ten condominium apartments.
It was built by the Atlas Capital Group and designed by Annabelle Selldorf, whose other residential projects include 200 Eleventh Avenue and 10 Bond Street.
The first plan for the building presented to a landmarks committee of Community Board 2 called for a 5-story base with a setback 4-story tower, a scheme that was ultimately revised at the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission for the present, lower design.
The building has some ground-floor retail space.
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