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Penthouse at West Village’s ritzy printing warehouse conversion asks $37.5M

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If the penthouse sells for its asking price, it will become of the priciest homes south of 14th Street

A West Village penthouse is looking to become one of the priciest homes ever sold below 14th Street in Manhattan. The penthouse is part of the ritzy conversion of the former printing warehouse at 90 Morton Street, and it’s on the market for $37.5 million. The Wall Street Journal first reported on the 5,820 square foot penthouse.

The penthouse is one of 35 condos in the 12-story West Village condo, which is being developed by Brack Capital Real Estate. In addition to the interior square footage, the penthouse has a 2,283-square-foot cantilevered terrace—many of the apartments on the upper floors of the building have such terraces. In all, the apartment has four bedrooms, and five and a half bathrooms, according to WSJ.

Sales at 90 Morton got underway in April this year with apartments asking from a pricey $5.3 million. The building features a mix of two through five-bedroom apartments, and so far 30 percent of the units here are in contract, according to WSJ. Currently available units at the building range from the above-mentioned $5.3 million to $17.7 million (not including the featured penthouse), according to StreetEasy.

Reuveni Real Estate is handling sales on the project, and construction on the condo is expected to wrap sometime next year. The penthouse listing hasn’t yet gone live but Curbed will update this post with the listing and a floorplan when it does.

90 Morton St

90 Morton Street, Manhattan, NY 10014