$32M Soho co-op shoots to break Downtown record

November 01, 2013 02:30PM

A $32 million penthouse atop 383 West Broadway is poised to break the Downtown co-op record should it snag the asking price.

The posh pad is listed by sculptor Charles Ross, who has lived at 383 West Broadway, between Spring and Broome streets, since 1973. If he lands the desired price, the deal would unseat the sale of Rupert Murdoch’s former co-op at 141 Prince Street, sold for $24.675 million in 2005 and then for $27.5 million in 2010.

Leonard Steinberg of Douglas Elliman and Adam Modlin of the Modlin Group have the listing.

Though the property does not boast the white-glove concierge services of many high-end co-ops, perks abound. Six custom skylights cap an oak and marble stairway, and the home boasts a library and game room, shower on the roof and humidor in the wine room. The five-and-a-half bathroom penthouse also boasts 16- to 22-foot ceilings and a 60-inch revolving LED television. [NYT]Julie Strickland