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Presenting the epitome of loft living at 112 Prince Street, a stunning 6-story, 5-unit loft co-op in prime Soho. The artfully designed penthouse, Residence #6, in the heart of downtown features 2,500 sq ft of interior space, an amazing 1,500 sq ft private roof terrace, plus your own 9x5.5 storage room with 9 ft ceiling. This authentic yet chic 2-bedroom 2-bathroom gem is bathed in sunlight from oversized windows on 3 exposures as well as 3 big skylights with motorized shades. The dramatic full-floor apartment is accessed from a discreet side entrance with a keyed elevator as well as through the building's stately front entrance. Gleaming cast iron columns, striking 9.5-ft wood-beamed ceilings, exposed Brooklyn Rose brick, bleached wide board floors, an architecturally striking staircase and extensive built-ins enhance the ambience. Professional lighting by Illuminations is exquisite throughout, with 6 Tom Dixon chandeliers, an Ingo Maurer Campari chandelier in the dining area, 26 Juno dual switch tracks, and LEDs in the stair handrail. Quality soundproofing exists between bedrooms, windows and floor throughout with a 2" floating floor on foam blocks under 2 layers of 1" ply under wide planking assuring optimal quiet. The expansive and luminous great room is perfect for entertaining, framed by a wall of windows facing North over Prince Street, with open living and dining areas, and fully integrate Sonos audio system. There's phenomenal closet storage, an in-unit Bosch washer and dryer, and multi-zone HVAC.The piece-de-resistance, is the fabulous roof terrace designed by Tyler Horsley, a garden occupying the entire front half of the building. It is a sanctuary with porcelain pavers on pedestals, galvanized over marine ply custom containers made in sections on casters, full evergreens and wisteria, 4 new cherry trees, and a watering system. It commands a protected wrap around view overlooking cityscapes and brilliant sunsets. Steel framing of 29'x8' with reinforced beams and joists was installed for construction of an enclosed rooftop pavilion running north to south. Permits were denied in 2015, however an open pergola was built instead. Built in 1889 by Richard Berger in the Neo-Grec style, 112 Prince Street is perfectly located at the intersection of Prince and Green, surrounded by some of the finest shops and restaurants in the world, subway transportation, and other sought-after downtown attractions. Low monthlies too!