A sprawling penthouse loft in Soho’s historic Singer Building, designed by architect Mark Foster Gage has hit the market with an enormous asking price— $22.5 million, to be exact.
If the name Mark Foster Gage doesn’t immediately ring a bell, perhaps you’ll recall his outlandish designs for a 102-story residential tower along 57th Street, complete with sculptures of eagles, gold paneling, and a gold watchtower with a golden clock (thankfully, this was only a proposal and did not move forward). The four-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom Soho penthouse isn’t nearly as gaudy and boasts elegant architectural details that create a nice aesthetic within the space.
A private elevator leads you into the open living/dining room and kitchen, appointed with a wall of arched floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed columns, a built-in fireplace, and a skylight (one of four) above the dining area. The chef’s kitchen features a “custom sculpted and robotically cut” island along with Miele appliances that have been built into the decor.
All four bedrooms along with a dressing room, a walk-in closet, and a laundry room share the same level. A designer stainless steel staircase leads up to the expansive roof deck that boasts a full outdoor kitchen, gas grill, dining area, and stunning views of the skyline.