After initially listing his SoHo penthouse for $17.995 million in February, hotel mogul Ed Scheetz (Chelsea Hotels in New York, Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas) finally dropped his asking price by $2 million this past Monday. If you’ve been eyeing this property, now is the time to consider making it your home.
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After working with Kara Mann Design to completely renovate it, the new penthouse located at 20 Greene Street features a loft-style residence covering 4,200 square feet of space.
Occupying half of the top floor in a seven-story building, the residence boasts 14-foot ceilings, two bedrooms, 2.5 baths, three wood-burning fireplaces, custom-designed casement doors and windows, dark hickory floors and an upgraded kitchen.
Facing east, the master suite expands into a private sitting room with a wood-burning fireplace. The kitchen offers white Boffi finishes accented by a Christian Astuguevieille center island.
The entire loft is controlled by the Crestron Home Automation system which includes a surround-sound speaker system, central air conditioning and heating, and Lutron lighting.
A home office and exercise room sit on the second floor while outdoors features a private rooftop with pergola, built-in gas barbecue and extra storage space. Contact Town Residential for more information.
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