Located in a quiet section of SoHo, 27 Wooster stands as a testament to rigorous contemporary architecture that simultaneously respects its historic landmarked surroundings. The building combines the elegant design language of the Cast Iron District, but tempers it with an understated modernism that stands out and blends in at the same time. Each of the building’s units share a unique and near-unrivaled feature: full-length windows that fully open to the outside, which bathe the apartments in light and air.
“WITHIN ANY ONE APARTMENT,
THERE ARE A VARIETY OF VIEWSHEDS
AND SPATIAL EXPERIENCES.”
-ARCHITECT DOUGLAS HOCKING
24-hour attended lobby — Cold storage for deliveries — Fitness room — Bicycle storeroom — Storage and parking opportunities — Direct key-locked elevator access — Interiors by Thomas Juul-Hansen — Floor-to-ceiling French door style windows — Wide-plank solid oak floors — Handmade kitchens by Smallbone of Devizes — Marble-slab master bathrooms — Expandable smart-home technology controlling lighting, HVAC and window treatments.
ABOUT THE DEVELOPERS
Developers Axel Stawski and Anthony Leichter have considerable experience in the real estate industry in New York and specialize in developing and managing boutique commercial and residential properties. Their projects share a refined visual intelligence marked by sophisticated use of materials and functionally creative design details. Stawski is a managing member of Stawski Partners, an active force in the real estate industry for more than fifty years. Leichter himself has delivered numerous successful buildings for himself and his partners since 1960.
Headquartered in New York, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) is one of the world’s preeminent architecture firms. The firm’s diverse portfolio is comprised of residential, commercial, civic, and mixed-use projects located in more than 35 countries. KPF’s body of work has been widely exhibited, is the subject of 13 monographs, and has won over 300 awards. KPF Design Principal Douglas Hocking, who is leading the design of 27 Wooster, has a wealth of experience creating progressive projects around the globe, but the foundation of his portfolio is here in New York City.