Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s Former SoHo Pad Lists for $4.7M

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s Former SoHo Pad Lists for $4.7M

By Kathryn M.
The minimalist space consists of two corner units designed by famed Italian architect and designer Claudio Silvestrin.

While its name might sound ordinary, residence 4BC at 25 West Houston Street is anything but that. For years, the one-bedroom apartment served as the Manhattan residence of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. At the time, the minimalist space was also showcased in Vogue and Elle Décor.

A narrow, window-lit hallway winds its way from the front door to the home’s open living space. The entryway features custom floor lighting and hidden storage along the left-hand wall.

To create the one-bedroom space, West originally combined a studio and a two-bedroom unit, collaborating with notable minimalist architect and designer Claudio Silvestrin to complete the project. In 2018, Kim and Kanye sold the apartment in an off-market deal for a reported $3,000,000. One year later, the 2,427-square-foot space is seeking a new buyer—this time for $4,700,000.

The kitchen is the first space revealed at the end of the hallway. A monolithic stone island anchors the room, complemented by Pearwood cabinetry and French limestone flooring.

The home’s open kitchen is anchored by a striking stone island. The space features pearwood cabinetry, limestone flooring, Subzero and Miele appliances, and a custom Gaggenau cooktop.

The dining and living areas are located adjacent to the kitchen. With nearly 10-foot-tall ceilings, the space is an open canvas of minimalist decor and wraparound windows.

Located on the fourth floor of a nine-story building in SoHo’s landmark district, the home is a tranquil oasis within the bustling Big Apple. Thirteen oversized windows usher in soft, natural light, while also framing picturesque city views to the north and east.

Large picture windows line the corner unit, framing views of SoHo and the New York City skyline.

The open layout creates a large space for entertaining—the dining room flows seamlessly into the large living room area. Carefully hidden storage is peppered throughout the interiors—including cabinetry along the walls underneath each window.

A view looking back toward the dining room and kitchen. The large living room easily accommodates two large sofas and a solid stone coffee table.

Pocket doors open from the living room directly into a  spa-like bathroom.

A second stone island can be found in the master bathroom—the first of several areas in the master suite. Radiant floor heating, custom lighting, and stone-tiled walls set the atmosphere.

The bathroom opens up to the apartment’s only bedroom, which is nestled in a rear corner of the unit. The neutral space is warmly lit from several large windows.

The opposite wall contains a large closet area with bespoke cabinetry.  Storage spans both sides of the space, which opens to the bathroom and bedroom.

Residence 4BC at 25 West Houston St. is currently listed for $4,700,000 by Emily Beare of CORE.

Project Credits:

Architect: Claudio Silvestrin / @claudiosilvestrin

Staging: ASH NYC / @ash_newyork

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