NoHo Mansion with Room for Some Warhols
The Schumacher has one other triplex mansion, and includes a vertical courtyard garden, with lush plantings and ribbons of greenery, that was created by the landscape architect Ken Smith, who also designed the Museum of Modern Art rooftop garden. The original red-brick building was constructed in 1885 to house the Schumacher and Ettlinger lithographic printing business.
The reimagined building by Stillman Development International was designed with art collectors in mind. Aby J. Rosen, a principal of the development firm RFR Holding who has an extensive art collection, reportedly is buying an apartment there.