25 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10013
Total # of Rooms: 8
Year Built: 1861
Interior: 4,350 sq. ft. (approx.)
Exterior: 2,618 sq. ft. (approx.)
tax (monthly): $7,771
This flawless Penthouse masterpiece with approx. 7000 SF of indoor/outdoor living offers the best of everything with nuevo-elegant, show-stopping appeal. Simply put, this tri-level penthouse loft is exceptional. The perfect floorplan flows with grace, capturing your imagination along the way and filling you with wonder as you move from room-to-room. The drama begins in the foyer and opens into the breathtaking, expansive living and dining room with its contemporary linear gas fireplace, 12’ ceilings, art walls and sweeping glass staircase. Every color, every element, every fine detail has been considered as evident in the floating reveal walls and the clean lines of the open kitchen. The light filled chef’s kitchen boasts marble island dining, integrated Gaggenau appliances and a wine cellar designed for the wine connoisseur. The palatial master suite raises the bar on luxury living with two “Haute Couture” dressing rooms, sumptuous marble bath with soaking tub, double vanity, heated bidet, radiant heat flooring and a double shower. The master itself is colossal in scale with its curved wall separating a custom desk and media area. The lower level includes 3 guest suites, lounge or den, laundry room with dry cleaning closet and storage. Each guest suite exudes a peaceful zen and design to evoke meditative relaxation. The beautiful staircase sweeps you to approx. 2,618 SF outdoor paradise equipped with everything you need to enjoy dining al fresco. The stainless steel kitchen includes large outdoor gas grill, 3 beverage refrigerators, ice maker and ample counter space. The north/east corner of the terrace has a fireplace as its centerpiece designed for grand living and dining. The north/west corner is perfect lounging and has a bar area for gracious outdoor entertaining.
This boutique condominium is located in prime SoHo where fashion, art and luxury converge. Art galleries and fine dining make this historic cast iron neighborhood a global destination.