Consistent with the rich history of the building, this newly renovated loft maintains the integrity of the past by using color, textures and fabrics to accent the exposed brick walls. With 2,500 SF and 10' ceilings, the finishes and interior design are on par with new development condominiums, unusual to find in a pre-war home. Overall features include: 7” wide smoked white oak floors, 3 zone central air, 8' solid wood doors, Phillip Jeffries wall coverings and LeGrande leather and oil rubbed bronze electrical switches and outlets. The entire home has been wired with Cat 6 cable and speakers to a central A/V closet. The open chef's kitchen features a Thermador range and Subzero refrigerator. The master bathroom has been appointed with polished marble tile and polished nickel Rohl fixtures. The secondary bath has been finished with Ann sacks tile and Kohler polished nickel fixtures. See alternate floor plan which shows the loft configured as a two bedroom, two bathroom with home office, and library.
The building is located at the intersection of Greenwich Village and Soho, near multiple subway lines (1,6,B,D,F,M,R,W), trendy restaurants and shopping. Whole Foods, The Public Theater, Equinox, SoulCycle, Barry’s Bootcamp, and the recently renovated Washington Square Park and dog-run can all be found nearby. 200 Mercer Street is entered discretely through a gated courtyard and is meticulously maintained with a full-time superintendent, allowing you to have more time to enjoy the serenity created with the perfect combination of color, textures and lighting – past and present!