For sale or rent. One of a kind!
If you like high ceilings, this is the apartment for you! Upon entering from the private, keyed elevator you are struck by the expansive height and tall, handsome windows.Built in 1857, 93 Reade Street, known as the Obsidian House, is one of the oldest cast iron buildings in New York City and was re-envisioned by the world-renowned architecture firm WORKac (popularly known for their design of Diane von Furstenburg's flagship store and private residence in the Meatpacking District, "The Living Cube.") Named for its extruded roofline that resembles jagged forms of volcanic rock, this boutique development, completed in 2016, is a handsome, unique and intimate building with only four units.
The luminous apartment occupies the entire second floor and has its own keyed elevator entry. There are two bedrooms, two bathrooms, open living and dining area, approximately 14 ft ceilings with a raised loft space, designed for plants or items of your choice and 4 solid ash flooring light stained finishes. There is also a private south facing terrace. The kitchen feature the finest custom cabinetry by Dutch artisan Paul Van de Kooi in light ash wood, Bianco Oro marble countertops, backsplashes and floors, Hansgrohe fittings along with Viking and Bosch appliances. The master bathroom is outfitted with sheer white crystalized glass flooring and custom WORKac designed Bisazza Opus Romano mosaic tile walls. White Corian vanities and sinks are complemented by Zuccetti, Da Vinci and Hansgrohe fittings.
The building has a virtual doorman service with package room and cold storage. A private secured storage room is included. This good-looking and unique apartment has been written about in various publications.
Please note that the private terrace garden, not included in the floor plan, runs the entire length of the loft and is approximately 6 feet wide and 100 square feet.