Our latest wine room's building was Built in 1867 and fully restored in 2016. It offers a modern interpretation of the classic Soho loft building, balancing perfectly restored cast iron detailing with a modern take, and the owner wanted to create the same design for what would become the wine cellar. The room was a full finished bathroom that the owner was willing to trade for a "one of a kind" custom wine room. We had to gut and 100% renovate the space with vapor barriers, insulation, climate control, lighting, temp probes, and everything that comes with working in these incredible spaces in New York City (NEVER easy).
Joseph and Curtis designed what we think is one incredible wine room, with acrylic floating wine racks, led lighting, marble flooring, hidden climate control, and touches of black walnut to match the existing space. This modern wine room has capacity of just over 985 bottles and can house 750ml, 1.5ml, and up to 3ltr bottles. The townhouse is close to dining, cafes, fashion, parks & play, retail, and arts & culture. This building within the fabled SoHo Cast Iron Historic District, is one of the most desirable locations, and so is the owners new wine room.