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‘Boutique’ Soho Condos In Cast-Iron Buildings Launch Sales

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Features a townhouse, a duplex penthouse, and three full-floor units in a five-story building

In Soho, developers Michael Kirchmann and Alan Rudikoff of GDS Development are taking two cast-iron buildings on Mercer Street and converting them into one high end condo building with five units. On Wednesday morning, the developers launched sales at 25 Mercer Street, unveiled its website, and released a host of new renderings for the project.

"Our project at 25 Mercer is as much about design as it is about quality," John Gomes, of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, said in a press release. "We are a modern interpretation of historic design, on one of the most picturesque streets in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the world."

Douglas Elliman is handling the sales and marketing of the project which includes one townhouse, three full-floor apartments, and a duplex penthouse.

Some of the standout feature of the development include 14-foot high ceilings, keyed elevator entrance and private lobbies on each floor, outdoor spaces for at least three of the units, and a garden courtyard.

Prices haven't yet been unveiled for the GDSNY and Fogarty Finger Architects-designed building, but the cheapest unit will likely start at about $8 million.

25 Mercer Street [Official Website]

Cast-Iron Soho Buildings Will Give Way to 'Boutique' Condos [Curbed]