This dramatic corner condominium loft radiates true SoHo character and magnificence with soaring ceilings of over 13 feet and breathtaking volume and scale. Magical and sophisticated, this corner two bedroom plus home office holds two and one-half bath as well as a loft mezzanine.
The arrival to this expansive 2,500 loft is accentuated by an open corner great room with spectacular oversized windows facing historic and picturesque SoHo. There is a secluded Zen primary bedroom with sunken bathtub and lavish windowed meditation area. The custom chef's kitchen with a vented 6 burner stove is placed discreetly off the dining and living area. Featuring custom mahogany windows throughout, a vented washer and dryer, hard wood floors, original tin ceilings and extremely low monthlies, this extraordinary loft has it all.
Rarely available, this is the first resale in the building since 2018. 39 Crosby, situated in the heart of SoHo's Historic Cast Iron District, was originally built in 1872, by famed architect Edward H. Kendall. This iconic Neo-Grec, 5-story, cast iron and brick building underwent a meticulous designer restoration when reimagined as a boutique condominium in 2010, including over $1M spent on restoring the fa ade alone to its former glory. Offering a perfect blend of pre-war original details and character and modern conveniences, residents are treated to unparalleled spaces, luxury finishes and the utmost privacy in a consummately desired location.
39 Crosby now includes modern day trappings like heated sidewalks, building-wide back-up heating systems, and storage for each residence. Pets and pied-a-terre welcome.