The last Mansion unit in the printing factory-turned-NoHo-condo The Schumacher has just been released for sale. The other 3 mansion suites in the Bleecker Street building are under contract as are half of the 20 units in the Stillman Development International project.
The final suite with the Mansion moniker comes with three bedrooms, a private indoor pool and a $9,500,000 price tag (layout can be seen here). That’s not even the priciest piece of property in the building. That title goes to the penthouse, which measures just over 4,500 square feet and is currently on the market for $23,ooo,ooo.
It’s no wonder John Gomes, who is marketing the project with Fredrik Eklund, told The Real Deal, “This building is going to be the new billionaires club.”
A number of bold face names from the design community have been tapped to work on the lofty project including Morris Adjmi of Morris Adjmi Architects and gallerist Cristina Grajales, who will curate and design of public spaces. Ken Smith will be behind the reinvention of the building’s courtyard garden.
A combination of Queen Anne Victorian and Romanesque Revival styles, the building features high barrel vaulted ceilings that stretch as high as 16 feet and massive windows that once helped provide extra light for the lithographic company that once called the space home.