A Nineteenth-Century Warehouse is Transformed into Luxury Residences
This former printing loft building in NoHo has been converted into 20 condominium and mansion residences arranged around an open courtyard landscaped by Ken Smith. With approval from the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission, the façade has been extensively restored to its original condition and a pediment atop the building recreated from historic drawings and photographs. Residences range between two- and four-bedroom in size and retain original building features, such as barrel-vaulted brick ceilings and broken-arched windows. Building amenities include a library, fitness gym, and children’s play room.
Photo Credits: Matthew Williams, Evan Joseph