If you close your eyes and imagine "extremely expensive Soho penthouse," you probably would see some version of this place. Nestled (Nestléd?) within DDG's XOCO 325, a former chocolate factory-turned-condos (xoco is Catalan for "chocolate"), the eighth-floor apartment is fully loaded with custom details and assorted "sculptural" flourishes.
Like most $17.5 million penthouses, the residence features direct elevator access, opening into a "free-flowing living area" with an "unparalleled level of finish." Among the living area’s many features: a gas fireplace, a wet bar with a Black Saint Laurent marble surround, and oversized window, accented by the building’s own Tim Burton-esque aluminum facade. The bright white open kitchen is distinguished by bright white lacquer cabinetry, a Black Saint Laurent marble island (very sculptural), and a full suite of high-end appliances, Sub-Zero wine cooler and all. The ceilings are high, the floors are wide plank white oak, and the private terrace runs the full length of the apartment.
As for the bedrooms: all four are spacious, with huge windows and "iconic" Soho views. Even more notably, all four have en-suite bathrooms. While all of them are presumably lovely (they are not pictured), the crown jewel among them is the master bath, which is equipped with Austrian white oak cabinetry, a free-standing soaking tub, a rain shower, and even more Black Saint Laurent marble.
The penthouse, of course, isn’t the only option in the building. While 12 of the 21 units are currently in contract, four are available, including a 1,055-square-foot one-bedroom asking $2.625 million—the cheapest in the building.
- 325 West Broadway Penthouse [Corcoran]
- XOCO 325 [Official]
- Condos Debut at Former Soho Chocolate Factory From $2.5M [Curbed NY]
- Peek Inside Soho's Chocolate Factory Turned Condos [Curbed NY]
- Weirdly Named Condos Rise on Soho Chocolate Factory Site [Curbed NY]