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6200sf lofts are rare, 6,200sf loft on the only quiet block in Soho proper, with a terrace is close to unique. The home that could be created by combining floor 4 & 5 at 15 Mercer could be such a unique find.
15 Mercer is a classic Soho loft building; White faade with oversized windows separated by decorative columns, on a cobble stone street. For those of us old enough to remember, it looks just like the loft building from "Ghost", the movie that made all of fall in love with loft living.
Combining 4 & 5 would not only yield 3200sf of prime Soho living space, but it would also give you 2 wood burning fireplaces, and 18 oversized windows ensuring good light in all the major rooms. Clearly this kind of light and space will give you plenty of options to let your imagination go wild, and we did just that, the floorplan, is only a suggestion of how crazy you can go, and the first set of images are renderings of what it could look like.
However, the good news is that one does not have to go too crazy here. After all, both floors are individually listed for sale on the market and each of them would make a perfect homeif only they were large enough for your needs.
To top of this home, there is a stunning, generous private roof terrace. What makes this terrace special is the seamless way in which the many factors that make terraces special were brought together. To start, 15 Mercer Street is taller than its neighbors, so views are spectacular. The best spot to enjoy the view is the hot-tub, which is strategically place to have unobstructed views, while being completely shielded from wind gusts. If you get tired of looking at the city, you can always turn on the large outdoor tv. Besides that, the vegetation is curated to create intimacy and protection where needed AND to direct your gaze into the direction with the most open views. This terrace simply has every desirable amenity, covered summer kitchen, hot tub, outdoor tv, speakers throughout, outdoor shower, and seating room for large dinner parties. But the most practical feature might well be the abundance of storage spaces, hidden behind the architectural detailing.
This is a Co-Exclusive with Giampiero Rispo from Domus Realty