173 MacDougal is a 6-story property that boasts its Romanesque Revival construction. Built back in 1890, this condominium apartment building offers a fusion of classic and contemporary designs and amenities. Restored by Traboscia Roiatti, the building’s original design has been preserved while modern finishes have also been integrated into the decor.
The building offers 6 three-bedroom apartments with pre-war features such as the 11-foot high ceilings. An entry foyer leads to the living area, which displays floor-to-ceiling Marvin casement windows with arches constructed of red brick. The terraces have incorporated Juliette glass designs and offer direct southern views of Washington Square Park, MacDougal Alley, the Empire State building and other downtown vistas.
The opposite side of the units feature handcrafted English kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances from brands like Subzero, Wolf and Miele. The spa-like master baths are adorned with dual vanities, white slab carrerra marble and walnut wood cabinetry. The condos are also outfitted with wide-plank solid Brazilian Cherry floors, private terraces, and glass-enclosed fireplaces.
Other luxuries include walk-in closets, Miele washer-dryers and 8-foot French doors.