16 Mercer was built in 1863 as the New York State Soldier’s Depot to care for convalescing Union soldiers returning from the civil war. The style, scale, materials, and details of the building are reminiscent of the era and historic character of SoHo.
The building and residences retain the authenticity of its historic character through careful preservation and restoration, highlighting the original wooden beams, cast iron columns, floor to ceiling windows and exposed brick. 16 Mercer combines all modern comforts and amenities while preserving the authenticity of its historic industrial heritage. The current “Artist Loft” renovation of the building was completed in late 2009.
Living in SoHo:
Located at the corner of Mercer and Howard, just west of Broadway, 16 Mercer is ideally located in the heart of vibrant SoHo surrounded by high end boutiques, flagship stores, world-class dining, art galleries and antique stores.
Conveniently located to public transportation, 16 Mercer also benefits from immediate adjacency to the other key NYC neighborhoods of NoLita, NoHo, TriBeca, West Village and Lower East Side.
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Mark David & Company