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A large development at 150 Wooster Street, which replaced a garage in Soho, will soon be wrapping up construction. The condominium building will only hold six apartments but will be one of Soho’s largest developments.
Because of the buildings enormous size many were against the development, including the Landmarks Preservation Commission, causing the original developer to abandon the plan. But in 2014, KUB developers bought the site and plans for the building were officially approved in 2015, with construction moving along since 2016.
Although the building is large for the neighborhood, it has been designed to blend into its surroundings. With the facade being a neutral brick with elegant dark molding, resembling the cast iron buildings nearby.
The building will stand eight stories tall giving approximately 4,000 square feet of space for the six units within the boutique condominium. These units will be full-floor lofts with a duplex penthouse at the very top. Prices for the duplexes start at $12.5 million, but prices for the penthouse have yet to be released. This large development will also have a large retail space on he ground floor.
No information has been released about the amenities so far, but based on unit prices and the building's lavish exterior so far, there will likely be some extraordinary luxury amenities. Situated in one of New York’s most exciting neighborhoods, Soho is known for its traditional cuisine, beautiful architecture, and countless boutique shops.
As construction wraps up, sales are expected to launch soon.