The construction crew is working quickly at Soho’s 27 Wooster Street, designed by Kohn Pederson Fox.
Axel Stawski and Anthony Leichter developed the 16-unit project on the corner of Grand and Wooster streets, with Thomas Juul-Hansen on interior design duty.
The first two units hit the market in May, with asking prices of $6.35 million for a 2,425-square-foot three-bedroom and $6.55 million for a 2,500-square-foot three-bedroom, according to Curbed.
Every apartment has floor-to-ceiling windows that extend fully to the outside, direct key-locked elevator entry, wide plank white oak floors and Smallbone kitchens with marble countertops, marble islands, Sub-Zero refrigerators and Miele dishwashers.
The 6,700-square-foot penthouse, on the market for $28.5 million (or $4,253 per square foot), boasts 75 windows on the lower level, 13 all-glass sliding doors on the upper floor and a private outdoor 33-foot-long swimming pool. The living room has a marble-clad fireplace and leads to 3,100 square feet of terrace space. The master bathroom has marble slab floors and walls, bleached zebrawood cabinetry and double rain-shower heads with steam shower.
Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, cold storage, gym, bicycle room and available storage and parking.
Correction: An earlier version of this post erroneously stated that window installation has started for the development, which will feature a facade with big glass doors that will fully open from floor to ceiling. The window-look-alike-mirage-thing panels in the photos below are a temporary installation to help buyers visualize the views; the actual glass doors are coming in later. Sorry bout it.
Photos by Yoori Oh