Soho Apartment Building

Soho Apartment Building


This new SoHo condominium apartment building uses traditional brick decorative techniques in a contemporary way, fitting in seamlessly with its historic south Village block. Dogtooths, corbels, reveals and rustications, radiused corners and varied bonds use shadow and texture to give the façade depth and detail.  Steel balconies, canopy and planters give the façade further texture and detail, casting the filigree of shadows like the fire escapes nearby.

 

 

The building has seven levels, with three floor-though two-bedroom units and a grand four bedroom triplex at the top. The interiors complement the building’s old-new balance, with marbles, oak, and steel detailing.   The first and top floors offer private outdoor spaces for the units, with the first floor apartment duplexing down to a cellar-level recreation space opening out onto a sunken court.

 

Photography by: Ian Christmann