After over four years of renovations, this triplex penthouse in the heart of SoHo
has finally hit the market, asking $65 million. Considering the owners scooped the property up in 2011 for a comparatively low $17 million, the condo experienced a major facelift. Located at 421 Broome Street, the space sits at the top of a pre-war, boutique building that offers the comfort of a full-time doorman and concierge.Built in 1873, 421 Broome has no shortage of charming period details. Rusticated arches, wide expanses of glass, and cast-iron balustrades create the building’s façade and help to inform its interiors. In the renovated penthouse, these features meet the modernized grandeur of custom steel doors, new oak floors, and a LaForge bronze stair railing. Even more stylish are the black granite countertops of the kitchen, an import from Germany, and the Italian marble found in each of the apartment’s 6.5 bathrooms. Most wonderful of all, however, are the three custom skylights that bask the entire space with natural light.The 8,000-square-foot “vertical mansion” boasts four bedrooms and 20 custom closets, an unheard of amount of room for clothes in New York. The unit also features an impressive 3,700-square-feet of outdoor space, including a jacuzzi and a wood-burning fireplace, which are fun for outdoor entertaining any time of year.Shaun Osher and Emily Beare of Core are co-listing the apartment with J. Eric Becker of Corcoran Real Estate
. NY Times
first reported that the stylish SoHo penthouse hit the market.