Earlier this year, developers Michael Kirchmann and Alan Rudikoff of GDS Development with architect Fogarty Finger announced plans to convert two cast-iron buildings in Soho—25 Mercer Street and 27 Mercer Street—into one high-end condo building known collectively as 25 Mercer Street. But while development’s various units have been on the market for some time, we have until now had to settle for digital renderings of the building’s sleek interiors. But no more, because Douglas Elliman (via the Fredrik Eklund-John Gomes team) has revealed the real-life interior of the still-available penthouse at 27 Mercer, and it is very Soho-glamorous.
Listed for $16.5 million, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom triplex doesn’t skimp on luxuries. It features wide white oak hardwood floors, imported natural stone, and marble; fancy appliances; an excess of sunlight; and “dueling terraces.” Obviously, it is accessible by private elevator. A more modest $8.25 million loft apartment is also available in the building.
- Cast-Iron Soho Buildings Will Give Way to 'Boutique' Condos [Curbed NY]
- 25 Mercer Street [Official]
- 27 Mercer Street PH [Douglas Elliman]
- 25 Mercer Street #2 [StreetEasy]