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Angular Soho penthouse hits market for $6.3M

35 Wooster Street is geometrically inspired

February 18, 2014 06:28PM

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Interior and exterior of 35 Wooster Street, Soho

Interior and exterior of 35 Wooster Street, Soho

A Soho penthouse that is anything but square hit the market today asking $6.3 million.

A quartet of brokers at Douglas Elliman have the listing at 35 Wooster Street, including Yair and Ariel Tavivian, Lenny Sporn and Noam Gottlieb. The 3,192-square-foot condominium in the five-story Drawing Center building has a pentagon-shaped bathroom, a parallelogram for a shower and triangular skylights, the Curbed photos show.

The three-bedroom apartment features 15-foot ceilings, a private 1,400-square-foot terrace on the roof and the country’s only museum dedicated to illustration on the first floor. The current owner is the JDL Organization, according to city records. [Curbed] – Angela Hunt

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