Brian Logvinsky and Ryan Siciliano of Douglas Elliman have recently listed the artist loft of Susan Vogel, a prominent scholar and curator of African Art, and her husband, Kenneth Prewitt, former Director of the US Census Bureau and current Carnegie Professor of Social Affairs at Columbia. Susan was a curator at the Met and founded what is now the Africa Center (previously the Museum for African Art). Located in the heart of Soho’s landmark district at 112 Prince Street, this artfully-designed penthouse features 2,500 sq ft of impeccably-appointed interiors, an amazing 1,500 sq ft private roof terrace, and 9×5.5 storage room with 9 ft ceiling. The home is listed for $7,250,000.
The 2/3 bedroom 2 bathroom artist loft features oversized windows on 3 exposures as well as 3 big skylights with motorized shades. This full-floor home can be accessed from a secret side entrance with a keyed elevator as well as through the building’s stately front entrance. It boasts cast iron columns, 9.5-ft wood-beamed ceilings, exposed Brooklyn Rose brick, bleached wide board floors, and an architecturally striking staircase.
The expansive great room features open living and dining areas, and fully-integrated Sonos audio system.
The windowed kitchen is fitted with custom cabinetry, Pietra Cardoso quarried stone countertops, custom inset butcher block, and a Kohler sink with InSinkerator disposal. Premium appliances for the chef include a Frigidaire professional 5-burner induction cooktop & convection oven, Bosch refrigerator & dishwasher.
The primary suite has a massive closet, and spa-inspired bath clad in honed green marble and Moroccan ceramic tile, with a Kohler deep soaking tub, Grohe tub filler, hand shower, shower control, and Toto Washlet with remote. The 2nd full bath features a Duravit hanging vanity and sink, Moroccan ceramic tile, Graff faucets, Grohe shower control, Kohler shower handset, and Toto toilet. Plus there’s closet storage, an in-unit Bosch washer and dryer, and multi-zone HVAC.
Designed by Tyler Horsley, the roof terrace includes porcelain pavers on pedestals, galvanized over marineply custom containers made in sections on casters, mature evergreens and wisteria, 4 new cherry trees, and a watering system.
Built in 1889 by Richard Berger in the Neo-Grec style, 112 Prince Street is located at the intersection of Prince and Green, surrounded by some of the best shops and restaurants in the world.
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