Minimalist Soho Penthouse

IT’S NOT TOO OFTEN THAT WE feature a property on PadStyle.  (This is after all, an interior design blog.)  But this Soho penthouse is so incredible, we just couldn’t resist.  Located at 420 West Broadway in Manhattan and valued at nearly $14 million, this beautiful penthouse isn’t exactly affordable to the regular Joe, but we sure can dream.

Designed and created by Victoria Blau Architects and Nico Rensch of Architeam, UK, this property features a modern, minimalist aesthetic best exemplified by its dramatic double height sunken living room (29-foot ceilings!), modern fireplace, as well as a glass enclosed Zen viewing garden open to the skies that separates the master bedroom from the living area.

Sculpted from raw warehouse space, this duplex loft features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, arranged over three levels with approximately 3,500 square feet of interior space and 2,200 square feet of exterior space distributed over three private terraces.

The largest terrace, at the rooftop, features a complete kitchen, an outdoor living room, defined and shaded by a pergola, and a full 360 degree view of the Manhattan skyline.

As if that wasn’t enough, this loft also features:

  • Hand-rubbed larch wood
  • Blackened steel
  • Honed volcanic basalt stone slab floors
  • Radiant heat floors in master bedroom and bathrooms

For more information on this, and other, properties, visit Savills UK Estate Agents and browse their online portfolio.

  • Jamie

    I think the main two things I love about these styles is the calming effect of open plan on the mind, you can see everything, but it’s all in it’s rightful place and makes sense..I love the long table especially, guess I’d struggle finding space for something like that in my house though 🙂 – Jamie (advocate of well thought out bespoke kitchen designs

  • Cathy

    The minimalist look is an interesting one. I usually choose different furniture, but I really like this look! Thanks for sharing!

  • Jamie Herzlinger

    Oh I love this! I have never seen so much greenery in an apartment in NYC! Awesome post, thanks!

    Love, Jamie Herzlinger