Located at the crossroads of Soho and Nolita, Residence 7D is an elevated 2 bedroom plus windowed home office/den/bonus room with 2.5 bathrooms and incredible northern, southern and eastern light. At 2,047 SF, it is the largest two bedroom layout in the building. This sought after pre-war condominiu...
Located at the crossroads of Soho and Nolita, Residence 7D is an elevated 2 bedroom plus windowed home office/den/bonus room with 2.5 bathrooms and incredible northern, southern and eastern light. At 2,047 SF, it is the largest two bedroom layout in the building. This sought after pre-war condominium features white glove service and a beautifully landscaped common roof deck overlooking downtown Manhattan.
Lined in beautifully refinished floors, the open-concept living/dining room is excellent for entertaining and the oversized tilt and turn windows frame views over Spring Street. The bright Chef's kitchen is totally transformed with a massive island, Varenna cabinets, and top-of-the-line appliances, exceeding the typical sponsor finishes. A hallway off of the foyer creates privacy between the living area and primary bedroom/study, and includes three generously sized closets, a washer/dryer, and a powder room.
The primary bedroom wing is a separate retreat from the rest of the home. Featuring nine windows and an abundance of storage, the well-designed layout accommodates multiple sitting areas, a king sized bed, a spa-like bathroom, custom built-ins, a walk-in closet, and a private study. Custom overhead lighting lines the sprawling bedroom, creating a gallery-like feel. The expansive South-facing second bedroom is also upgraded with uniquely designed curved walls, a renovated en-suite bathroom with Swiss fixtures and a double-door closet outfitted with built-in storage.
The Spring Condominium is a notable study of Beaux-Arts architecture and former home to the Italian Savings Bank. Cass Gilbert, the distinguished architect whose portfolio includes the Woolworth Building, designed this 12-story landmark in 1923 and it was converted to a condominium in 2005. Amenities include a full-time doorman, full-time superintendent, and a recently renovated landscaped common roof deck with stunning 360 degree city views. The building is located moments from transportation, a variety of shopping options across Soho, Nolita and Noho including Whole Foods, and Elizabeth Street Public Garden.