New images for the interiors of a three-bedroom unit at the Schumacher, the long-awaited 20-unit condo building in Noho have been released, according to a StreetEasy listing. The loft style apartment features just under 3,000 square feet of space, 11-foot barrel vault ceilings, and bedrooms that all overlook the building's courtyard garden. A source informed Curbed that this apartment is no longer on the market, but this is still the first look inside the building.
The Schumacher is located at 36 Bleecker Street, and was home to a printing factory named Schumacher & Ettlinger back in the 19th Century. For the residential project, the developers, Stillman Development International, restored the factory's red brick exterior, which involved scraping off 50,000 layers of white paint. They also restored the building's pediment and cast-iron storefront, even though this project does not have retail.
Once complete, the building will be home to big names like developer Aby Rosen, art dealer Alberto Mugrabi, and talent agent Jim Berkus.
A duplex penthouse at the building recently sold for $19.537 million, the second most expensive sale of last week, according to the New York Times. Of the 20-units at the building, only two penthouses now remain on the market.
· Listing [StreetEasy]
· The Schumacher Unveils Its Newly Restored Exterior [Curbed]
· Schumacher Sheds Its Scaffolding To Reveal Restored Facade [Curbed]
· The Schumacher Archives [Curbed]