Home to six stories filled with eight lavish apartments is 104 Wooster Street. The building, which is over a century old since it was built in 1891, is located in close proximity to the subway, making public transportation very accessible. 104 Wooster Street is also well-situated; the prime location where it sits means it is surrounded by high-end restaurants and trendy boutiques typical of SoHo. With a limited number of apartments per floor and a video security system, residents are assured of living in fully safe and secure building. The privacy the building offers is a feature not many New York apartments can provide.
The pre-war details are evident in each room, telling a story of the building’s past. High ceilings and hardwood floors make for a homely living and dining room while the kitchen’s modern interior design is contrasted with granite countertops, gross lacquer cabinetry, and high quality stainless steel appliances. A wine chiller is an indulgence that wine connoisseurs will definitely appreciate. Relax in the apartment’s bathroom finished with marble walls and floors accentuated with polished chrome fixtures. A glass shower completes the deluxe bathroom.
Don’t be fooled by the building’s minimalistic and neutral façade. It actually offers more than average amenities such as a bike room, a fitness center, an elevator (for six stories, yes), private storage units, and even a screening room. Of course, what New York apartment will be complete without a doorman to greet you when you arrive? Other standard amenities include a laundry room/service, a fireplace, and a wet bar.