Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley is parting ways with one of her many West Village properties.
The New York Post reports that Rowley has listed her 25-foot-wide townhouse at 16 Morton Street for $17.5 million. Rowley purchased the property in 2014 for around $10.99 million and went on to give the multi-unit residence a full renovation before converting it into a loft-like office space with a showroom.
The three-story home spans 6,000 square feet and dates back to the early 1900s. Per the listing description, it can either be configured into single-family home or can be remastered into a mixed-use building with commercial space on the ground floor and two residential units on the upper levels. Among the features found within the home are sprawling ceilings, two massive skylights, a roof terrace, and a curb-cut garage.
Rowley still has a series of other West Village properties in her portfolio: In 2016, the designer spent $8.9 million on a 19-foot-wide townhouse on Bleecker Street and she resides within a townhouse on Perry Street that she purchased back in 2004.
- Listing: 16 Morton Street [Leslie J. Garfield]
- Cynthia Rowley lists NYC townhouse for $17.5M [New York Post]
- Cynthia Rowley may be mending a West Village fixer-upper [Curbed]
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