Soho Masterpiece – 63 Greene Street, PH-A

Penthouse A offers 3,597 SF of dramatic interior space and just under 1,000 SF of private rooftop deck in exterior space--all smack dab in the heart of Soho. This extravagant penthouse loft boasts an embarrassment of riches. 12’ barrel ceilings, charming exposed brick, meticulous hardwood floors, and a bounty of sunlight are just a few highlights. The massive, sleek kitchen is fully equipped with a large island, top-of-the-line stainless steel ...

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A Solemn Reminder – Liberty Park

Liberty Park, just south of the World Trade Center, is probably one of the more delightful accidental places in all of New York City.  As most downtown visitors stream up Greenwich Street with an eye on the 9/11 Memorial, a few lucky ones curiously walk up the steps to this elevated park and immediately feel captivated by the serenity of this public space.   In the truest example of New York City ...

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Stylish Living in Queens 96-11 65th Road, Apt 406

This large corner apartment in Norwich Hall comes with cozy hardwoods and sleek architectural features like arched passageways and crown molding. Located in Rego Park, along a street lined with trees and near assorted shops, you’ll find 1,100 SF of stylish living, and plenty of closet space to boot. The more than ample space allows for a variety of clever configurations and layouts, all at a price tag of $429,000. The ...

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Bold Reminder of Tribeca’s Past – 66 Leonard Street

The Textile Building at 66 Leonard Street sits prominently on the southeast corner of Leonard Street and Church Street, a bold reminder of Tribeca past.  Across the street, ever-looming over this turn-of-the-century limestone edifice, is the Jenga-like skyscraper, 56 Leonard Street, a marvel of modern engineering and a must-see on any downtown attraction list.  In no corner of the city could you find two more distinct buildings, yet each one ...

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Opulent Tastes with Rustic Charm – 62 Wooster Street, Apt 3-B

When people make the pilgrimage to New York City with dreams of making it big and living the New York Life, this is the apartment they come home to in their fantasies. Built in 1862, 62 Wooster Street, has been updated and houses six units across seven floors, utilizing keyed elevator access for residents.  Exposed brick and wood-beam ceilings offer a rustic sense of welcome, while pristine hardwood floors and elegant ...

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