This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from March 27, 2014
Located on the convergence of SoHo and NoLita with protected open city views and tremendous light from every room, this two bedroom was designed in 2005 as a sleek and modern re-interpretation of Loft living. Placed on an undulating exterior faade that shifts at every floor, the apartment's interior has a gently curved wall of eastern 8' tall windows that are triple glazed with laminated glass to provide an acoustic separation from the street. With 10' 3" ceilings, an open designer kitchen, top-of-the-line appliances, white carrera marble, solid ash floors, and elegant fixtures, the space resonates with luxury living. 1 Kenmare Square (also known as 210 Lafayette) was designed by Richard Gluckman, an architect who began his career converting industrial buildings into exhibition halls, and has gone on to complete numerous important contemporary arts spaces, including the Andy Warhol Museum, the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin, exhibition galleries for Sotheby's, Gagosian's gallery on 24th Street and the NYC boutiques of Helmut Lang, and YSL. Developed with Andre Balazs, the visionary hotelier, 1 Kenmare is a distinguished condominium.