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Mercer Street's Cast-Iron Condo Conversion Launching This Spring

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It's been awhile since we checked in on the then-mysterious conversion of 111 Mercer, a five-story cast-iron building in Soho's landmark district that was then a vision of "faded green paint, scratched columns and dust-encrusted windows." Fast forward two years, one Grzywinski + Pons renovation, and a LPC-approved rooftop addition later, and we've got a Veracity Developments-backed boutique condo conversion almost ready to hit the market. The Real Deal reports that 111 Mercer's four units will be marketed by Prudential Douglas Elliman and range in price from $4.25 to $10 million. The penthouse triplex will have "two fireplaces, and terraces with an outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower and outdoor fireplace," which sounds just about right for a banker with an exhibitionist streak.
· Soho condo conversion nears completion, selects marketers [Downtown Express]
· On Golden Pons: Mercer Street Mystery Revealed & Retired? [Curbed]