Right after touring a potential client’s penthouse loft in SoHo to explore bringing it on the industry in late 2019, Steve Gold, celeb real estate agent and star of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York, ultimately lower to the chase. “As I left, I finished up indicating, ‘I’m delighted to provide it for you, but I’ll also get it from you,’” he remembers.
The would-be client, as it turned out, was New York City gallerist Sean Kelly, who’d lived in the leading-floor property for around two many years. “My girlfriend, Luiza, and I had been expecting with our daughter, Rose, and I was living in a genuinely cool progress in Chelsea, but had been contemplating about acquiring a larger room,” states Gold. “I see a good deal of places—all the time—and this had extraordinary bones and proportions, and I saw the potential.” As penthouse lofts stack up, this particular home, clocking in at all-around 3,400 sq. ft, has a few exposures instead of the regular two, including a virtually 50-foot wall with south-facing windows overlooking the quaint cobblestones underneath.
Enlisting the support of his longtime mate and regular collaborator, interior designer Samuel Amoia, the pair completely reworked the vitality and circulation of the expansive, perfectly-lit room. “Steve has a extremely modernist aesthetic,” points out Amoia. “He preferred that to translate into the place without the need of sacrificing all the wonderful matters about acquiring a [SoHo] loft—high ceilings, exposed beams, and outstanding home windows.”—David Nash
Michael Tomei was beaming when he logged on for our interview from his apartment in New York Metropolis. His genius for infusing fashionable interiors with furnishings with loaded patina is evident in his meticulously-developed, 2,100-sq.-foot, two-bedroom loft that he shares with his associate, Peter, and a rescue puppy named Huxley.
Gut renovating the house in a century-previous warehouse making in Manhattan’s NoHo district signaled a major gear-shift for Tomei, who utilized to conceptualize retail store shows and manner shows for brand names like Calvin Klein, Balenciaga, and Lanvin. Opening Michael Vincent Design in 2019 permitted him to commit his energy to rescuing aged structures and time-worn home furniture, and—not to mention—binge-look at BBC time period movies for inspiration. “If they have a powdered experience and a wig on, or if the men are prettier than girls, I’m in,” he jokes. —Anne Quito