Based on a former chocolate factory, one of 22 LEED-certified condominiums symbolizes the transformation of the Soho area from the industrial part of Manhattan to one of New York’s most popular and prestigious residential areas. The main feature of the project developed by DDG is the cast aluminum facade, which seems to hover in front of the glass supporting wall while creating an original and practical balance between novel design trends and classic cast-iron traits of the buildings of the district. Advanced facade solutions here smoothly flow into the lobby: a beautiful blue floor, a custom-made chandelier, and sculptural walls textured with a concrete border perfectly complement the rich decoration of the house. Each of the apartments has from one to four bedrooms with high ten-foot ceilings, open floor plans, custom plastering, and flooring from Austrian white oak with heating perfectly emphasize the rich decoration of the residences. A great feature of the XOCO 325 is its beautiful private indoor garden, which houses an excellent naturally lit fitness studio. In addition, residents get a 24-hour doorman, bicycle storage room, and private storage. You can still purchase or rent a real estate in this magnificent house. One active offer is available with four rooms, two bathtubs and a semi bath with a total area of 1,555 square feet and a cost of $2,733 per sq ft. The total price of the apartment is $4,250,000. You can also rent the housing for $119 per foot, or $24,361 for the entire apartment per month.