This is a remarkable listing of high quality property – Penthouse B – a luxury apartment in Soho, New York City, New York.
This development, which is part of a residential building in Soho, is the result of the joint efforts and the imaginative work of two experts, the architect Edward Siegel and the designer Ernst de la Torre.
Together, they transformed the space of the duplex home by using bold vision and panache to create a breathtaking environment that effortlessly combined classic and contemporary features – a fusion of East Asian and mid-century modern. The unique style is reflected throughout the property with three bedrooms, two full and two half baths, which has four private terraces.
The entrance to Penthouse B is through a magnificent, walnut-paneled foyer with concealed access to a guest toilet. The dark-stained white oak floors offer both character and a luxurious feel, and lead into the main room – a stunning, expansive area with a wood-burning fireplace stylishly clad in white gold quartzite.
The spectacular space also includes a series of pillars encased in rivets made from walnut and blackened steel. This is further complimented by the tall ceiling that rises to a height of 11 feet 2 inches.
The Moduline windows and French doors open to the east onto a 528-square-foot lower terrace, which offers fantastic views of One World Trade Center. A wet bar with Dornbracht sink fittings, stainless steel worktop and glass shelves rounds off the room perfectly and subtly balances its everyday and entertaining functions.
The kitchen has been designed to meet the expectations of a respected chef. It has a state-of-the-art Viking range, a ventilated Viking hood and Northland cooling.
It also benefits from dishwashers, walnut cabinets, stainless steel worktops and Hansgrohe sink fittings. The kitchen area is connected to the main room and can be opened or closed depending on the particular requirements. The partition consists of a grill screen that was created with the beautiful Japanese Shoji style in mind.
This floor also houses a guest room, a study (easily convertible into a third bedroom) and a full bathroom that can be conveniently screened for privacy by sliding pocket doors.