If there is a platonic ideal of Soho lofts, we’re pretty sure that this is it. Owned by General Motors President Daniel Ammann, this $10.95 million pad at 85 Grand Street has all the white walls, Corinthian columns and 14-foot ceilings you could ever ask for.
Ammann and his wife Pernilla bought the apartment in 2008 for $5 million, so they stand to make a pretty penny off the sale of this place if they get what they are asking. The apartment has four bedrooms (though two of them are interior), three bathrooms, 15 windows in the main room, 14-foot ceilings, a Swedish steam closet and exposed brick. Julia Hoagland of Compass has the listing.
Ammann has been the president of GM since 2014, and before that he was the company’s CFO. He also sits on the board of directors for Hewlett Packard and Lyft. Pernilla is a COO and partner at the ad agency, Mother. Per Curbed, the couple bought a home in Detroit in 2015 for $1.55 million.