A Piece of History for Sale in Soho, 16 Greene Street, 4-S

It’s not every day that we get to write about a loft apartment in an actual flux house (aka Fluxhouse Cooperative). Rich in New York City history and full of architectural detail, these abandoned manufacturing spaces were converted to live-work studios for artists in the 1960’s and eventually played a pivotal role in revitalizing Soho. Apartment 4-S at 16 Greene Street is an exquisite floor-through loft and it’s cast as the ...

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151 Wooster Street, Apt 4B/5B

“Out of the Box” is a term often used when people dream about their renovation process.  But at some point during the process, budget constraints and potential resale value questions force a change of heart. Not here, however.  Few apartments are as eye-popping as 4B/5B at 151 Wooster Street.  Designed by world renowned designer Ken Fulk, this palatial loft spans 6,014 square feet, not an inch of which should be missed.  ...

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72 Mercer Street, Penthouse-E

Spend enough time in this bedroom and you might feel like you’re riding the Orient Express in a luxury sleeping cabin. All aboard! Next stop, the latest edition of our “One Room” series. Penthouse E at 72 Mercer Street in Soho is a grandiose triplex that spans more than 5.200 square feet across a combination of indoor and outdoor space.  One of the rooms, a child's bedroom, immediately caught our eye ...

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Soho Loft of Wonder – 92 Greene Street, 5A

In our search for the most magnificent New York City apartments, finding something truly unique can be a challenge. Across the great metropolis there are thousands of stunning apartments. But after a while, many begin to look the same despite some subtle differences;  a lot of them tend to have a same-same approach to their layout and interior design style.  Well today’s selection for our “Apartments We Love” feature is definitely ...

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Hot Time, Summer in the City – 62 Wooster Street, PH

If you admire the purity of luxury minimalism, then you won't want to miss taking a peak at this arresting Soho penthouse. Located amidst the historic Cast Iron District, this Wooster Street duplex offers a private rooftop summer retreat second to none, featuring two landscaped terraces and a resplendent 40-foot lap pool.  Combined with 6,900 square feet of museum quality interior space, it’s no wonder that this loft residence makes ...

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