117 Prince Street, 3C || $5,000,000 || Sold



117 Prince Street, 3C, SoHo - Nolita, NY 10012

Meticulously detailed by globally recognized design firm Meyer Davis Studio, Inc., this (approx) 2,500 SF home is a recently renovated quintessential Soho loft.

Located in a 19th century industrial cast iron building, 117 Prince Street is a sought after address with access to culture, wide-ranging cuisine, diverse shopping, transportation, and the chic and vibrant lifestyle.

This loft boasts soaring 12 ft ceilings, and maintains the inherent and signature elements of a loft with the cast iron columns, wooden beams and walls punctuated with both natural brick and white brick the archways. Streams of unobstructed southern light flood the apartment casting a warm glow on the 8" plank oak flooring.

This third-floor apartment features a master bedroom with en suite bath and soaking tub, a second bedroom, and a small library/den that can also become a third sleeping area, along with a second bathroom. The generous kitchen with its Sub Zero Fridge, Miele dishwasher, Gaggenau oven, zinc counter tops is centrally located with the living space and has abundant storage easily accommodating elaborate entertaining. There are eight over-sized windows recently replaced with double-insulated argon gas panes and floor-to-ceiling glass walls create acoustical privacy without impeding spatial openness. Central AC throughout with a washer/dryer within. Clever storage space abounds in maple built-in wall units with additional storage in the basement. Privacy and protection with a keyed-lock elevator and alarm system. Fully automated ACS system controls lighting, blackout & solar shades, music, and video.

Key Details

Total Bathrooms
Full Bathrooms
Year Built
Living Space
2500 Sq.Ft.



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