Amidst the picturesque cobblestone streets, historic architecture and designer boutiques of SoHo sits 55 Mercer Street, a 19th century cast-iron faced building offering an unsurpassed luxury living experience.

Originally designed by Griffith Thomas—once dubbed by the American Institute of Architects "the most fashionable architect of his generation"—this 1871 Italianate masterpiece has undergone a ground-up renovation and now houses four meticulously-crafted three-bedroom floor-through loft apartments. With a sophisticated blend of historic detailing and modern amenities, the exceptionally stylish residences at 55 Mercer evoke the inimitable spirit of SoHo while offering the very best in private, modern luxury living.

Located on a tranquil stretch of Mercer between Broome and Grand, 55 Mercer is ideally positioned steps from the world-class boutiques, restaurants, and art galleries of SoHo. Conveniently situated in the center of downtown Manhattan and within easy walking distance of numerous public transportation options, 55 Mercer also benefits from immediate adjacency to the prime neighborhoods of NoLita, NoHo, TriBeca, the West Village and the Lower East Side.

In the heart of New York's most vibrant neighborhood, the residences at 55 Mercer offer unparalleled access to the city and epitomize a new standard of luxury.

Building Features:
• Originally built in 1871; converted to lofts in 2012
• Historic cast-iron façade
• Four newly-renovated floor-through apartments
• Marble and exposed brick lobby featuring custom light fixtures by Lindsey Adelman
• Keyed elevator access
• 360-degree exposures
• Privately-managed virtual-type doorman
• 24-hour superintendent
• Basement storage available
• Ceilings of up to 16 feet