The SoHo Mews is a pair of buildings in New York City designed by architects Gwathmey Siegel & Associates in SoHo's largest open buildable site. The design celebrates the square in 68 residences spread about between two buildings (an eight story and a nine story) linked by a private garden. Three are 59 two- and -three bedroom loft apartments with floor-to-ceiling windows, five townhouses with private street-level entrances and four penthouses, with wraparound terraces three of which feature spa hot tubs.
The building façade is stone, metal, and clear, frosted and fritted glass and the lofts have floor plans maximize the openness of the design. Droolworthy features include 10' ceiling heights, Gwathmey Siegel-designed Valcucine kitchens in striated elm wood, smoked matte glass and Jet Mist granite, and marble master baths with deep soaking tubs, separate showers and radiant heated floors.
The amenities list is equally lavish with a 24-hour professional concierge service by Luxury Attaché, fitness center and an onsite attended parking garage as well as partnerships with local attractions such as membership in the New Museum of Contemporary Art, shopping benefits at design emporium Moss and with the carpet artists of Fort Street Studio, vintner service from cantina CentoVini and private exhibition previews at the Deitch Projects gallery. The complex will also have a collection of original artwork in the communal spaces curated by the Art Production Fund.
The units range in size from 1,225-square feet to 3,900-square feet and range in price from $2.4 million to $11 million and should be ready for occupancy in late 2008.
Gallery: Soho Mews