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A Silo in SoHo

Penthouse in SoHo, New York for sale for 48% more than it was marketed for in 2007; it comes come complete with structures resembling a barn and a silo on its roof

 

This week the popular New York real estate blog 6sqft reported that a 1,250 square foot condo loft had gone on sale for £2.018 million ($2.649 million, €2.282 million or درهم9.726 million). What makes it unusual is that it comes with structures resembling a silo and a barn on its roof deck.

 

Described as being “in need of updating” but featuring ceiling heights of upto 20-foot, the propery includes living and dining spaces along with an open plan “sleeping nook”, walk-in closet, an office area and a bathroom on one of its two levels. Above, one finds an 800 square foot outdoor space with a built-in bar and pergola. The apartment was previously offered for sale in 2007 for £1.367 million ($1.795 million, €1.546 million or درهم6.590 million).

 

The penthouse at 118 Wooster Street is within a 6-storey, 13 unit building and is offered to the market by City Realty. Of it, the firm comments: “You won’t be able to duplicate this unit anywhere in Manhattan. This quiet space can be configured to your exact needs [and the roof deck offers] potential for a second-level addition.”

 

A Silo in SoHo – 118 Wooster Street, #PHB, Between Spring Street and Prince Street, SoHo, New York, NY 10012 – For sale for £2.018 million ($2.649 million, €2.282 million or درهم9.726 million) through City Realty. A Silo in SoHo – 118 Wooster Street, #PHB, Between Spring Street and Prince Street, SoHo, New York, NY 10012 – For sale for £2.018 million ($2.649 million, €2.282 million or درهم9.726 million) through City Realty. A Silo in SoHo – 118 Wooster Street, #PHB, Between Spring Street and Prince Street, SoHo, New York, NY 10012 – For sale for £2.018 million ($2.649 million, €2.282 million or درهم9.726 million) through City Realty.A Silo in SoHo – 118 Wooster Street, #PHB, Between Spring Street and Prince Street, SoHo, New York, NY 10012 – For sale for £2.018 million ($2.649 million, €2.282 million or درهم9.726 million) through City Realty.A Silo in SoHo – 118 Wooster Street, #PHB, Between Spring Street and Prince Street, SoHo, New York, NY 10012 – For sale for £2.018 million ($2.649 million, €2.282 million or درهم9.726 million) through City Realty.A Silo in SoHo – 118 Wooster Street, #PHB, Between Spring Street and Prince Street, SoHo, New York, NY 10012 – For sale for £2.018 million ($2.649 million, €2.282 million or درهم9.726 million) through City Realty. A Silo in SoHo – 118 Wooster Street, #PHB, Between Spring Street and Prince Street, SoHo, New York, NY 10012 – For sale for £2.018 million ($2.649 million, €2.282 million or درهم9.726 million) through City Realty.

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2 comments on “A Silo in SoHo”

  1. WTF?????? It needs burning to the ground!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a dump!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wrecking ball urgently required —– Lock Hillary Clinton up in that tower first!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WTF???????

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