Filed under: Real Estate Developments
I first wrote about the Soho Mews, a two-building residential project in New York City designed by architects Gwathmey Siegel & Associates in SoHo's largest open buildable site last fall. Now the developer United American Land has partnered with the popular design emporium Moss to offer residents some unique benefits. Residents will receive a 5% rebate in the form of a Moss store credit for most purchases at Moss, free delivery of Moss purchases to Soho Mews residences, and access to the design expertise available at Moss.
It's an interesting twist on the standard building feature of having designer services available but does a 5% savings matter to those who are paying from $2.4 million to $11 million for a home? The project is expected to be ready for occupancy later this year and the 68 residences offer high ceilings, designer kitchens, marble master bathrooms and plenty of glass. The buildings share 6,000 square feet of greenery-soho's largest private park, attended parking, a state-of-the art fitness center, a public art gallery curated by Soho's Art Production Fund, concierge service by Luxury Attaché and benefits at wine bar/restaurant Centovini, Moss and the carpet purveyors of Fort Street Studio. New pictures from the interior design are in the gallery below.
Gallery: Soho Mews