Located on the border of Nolita and Soho is the Puck Building. The structure dates back to 1885, but the interior space would have you thinking otherwise. Today we get a look at Puck Penthouse V. This beautiful residence retains a historic charm with a modern touch. The penthouse features 5,500 square feet of space, boasting three large bedrooms and an open floor plan. Massive loft windows provide unrivaled views of the area while flooding the interior with plenty of natural light.
The rest of the penthouse includes a media room, a fitness room, and a total of six and a half bathrooms. Modern details fill the space, such as a marble-filled primary bathroom, a one-of-a-kind Quebec Noir marble double-sided gas fireplace in the great room, and a chef’s kitchen with pro-grade appliances.
The kitchen boasts Italian lava stone countertops, while built-in speakers fill the dwelling with sound. The barrel-vaulted brick ceilings and original cast iron beams nod to the historical past of the building, while columns help blend old and new. Located just a short walk away from great food, shopping, and galleries, this is undoubtedly a great place to possibly call home.
Take a closer look inside Puck Penthouse V in the images and find out more from Compass. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more architecture, design, and real estate coming soon.
Photos via Compass