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All images of The Schumacher via Mike Tauber All images of The Schumacher via Mike Tauber
Some New York buildings are too beautiful to sit empty, and The Schumacher in Noho is one of them. The Romanesque Revival building is named after its previous incarnation as the Schumacher and Ettlinger lithographic printing business, dating back to the end of the 19th century, but was used for document storage in the years before Stillman Development bought the building for $45 million. With the blessing of the Landmarks Preservation Commission and the help of a historic drawing, Morris Adjmi Architects converted the interiors to condos while restoring The Schumacher to its original condition, replete with corbelled brick layers, arched windows, radiating lintels, and ornamental overhangs.

Architecture critic Carter Horsley says, "Do whatever it takes to wrangle an invite to this building," but perhaps an open house will do it: A five-bedroom, five-bath penthouse is listed for $17.9 million. The future owner will arrive to a lobby with a Basquiat and a courtyard with an Urs Fischer sculpture. Additional amenities include a fitness center, library, children's playroom, and landscaped rooftop.
36 Bleecker Street #PHA floor plan Floor plan via Brown Harris Stevens

A Great Room with expansive dining area encompasses the entire west wing of the apartment.


It flows seamlessly into a chef's kitchen with artisanal surfaces, Calacatta stone counters, backsplash, and breakfast bar, and high-end appliances.


The Great Room opens up to one of two private terraces with a gas grill and lounging areas.


On the other end of the entertaining level, a library with fireplace makes a comfortable retreat.


Both levels are connected by a spectacular staircase.


The master suite enjoys incredible light through arched windows and a windowed five-fixture bath.

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