This building features 21 grand loft residences with wood-framed windows and vaulted brick ceilings as high as 15 feet that recall its past, but these condos embody modernity through and through.
This 7-story boutique condominium was originally built in 1885. Its original Queen Anne Victorian and Romanesque Revival-style exterior have been painstakingly refinished to suit modern homebuyers. One unique touch is a resident courtyard covered in vines and spread with marble chips, which surround a sculpture by artist Jeff Koons. Resident amenities include a 24-hour doorman, fitness center library, children’s playroom, bike storage, individual storage, and a roof terrace that features dining tables and a Wolf gas grill for barbecues.
Located in NoHo, The Schumacher is in a historical part of town that was once home to warehouses and dry-goods stores. Those warehouses have since been turned into condominiums and apartment buildings and storefronts. Independent local shops and restaurants are prominent features of the neighborhood, and multiple subway lines are accessible, including the B, C, F, and M trains.