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Straddling the border of Nolita and Soho, the Puck Building dates back to 1885. Penthouse V is hardly that old, yet it retains the charm you’d expect from a historic residence. Spread over 5,500 feet, the duplex includes three large bedrooms, an open floor plan great room with massive loft windows that allow in tons of natural light, a media room, a fitness room, and a total of six and a half bathrooms. Modern amenities include a marble-filled primary bathroom, a one-of-a-kind Quebec Noir marble double-sided gas fireplace in the great room, a chef’s kitchen with pro-grade appliances and Italian lava stone countertops, and built-in speakers. All of those blend with historic features like barrel-vaulted brick ceilings and original cast iron beams and columns to form a harmonic mix of old and new just steps away from world-class eateries, shopping, and galleries.