Cast-iron architecture add plenty of curb appeal to Lower Manhattan's neighborhoods. Their detailed facades and huge windows add a distinctive other-worldliness to Tribeca and Soho's streets, so it's no wonder they're popular choices for those looking for condos in pre-war buildings.
111 Mercer Street, Soho
Luxury living in Manhattan probably can’t get more exclusive than this. With just four ultra luxury residences in this building, 111 Mercer in Soho is certainly an address that any New Yorker will be proud to list as their own.
Located on the border of Tribeca and Soho, 46 Lispenard Street features a historic building built in 1866, which has been converted into 2- bedroom modern lofts while preserving historical charms such as exposed brick and a landmarked exterior facade. An exclusive 4 -bedroom penthouse also sits atop this cast-iron beauty. Experience a new level of modern, downtown living in a beautiful historically landmarked building.
Located in lower Manhattan’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood, 52-54 Lispenard is a unique, high-end boutique condominium building consisting of two iron-cast loft buildings restored in order to maintain its pre-war charm.
53 Greene Street, Soho
53 Greene Street offer 5 luxury loft residences in Soho's historic Cast Iron District. The buildings interiors are newly renovated with open floor plan designs in each unit.
87 Leonard Street is a beautifully converted building exemplary of Tribeca's 19th century architecture. Classic elements are combined with updated fixtures and finishes to create elegant residences designed for modern lifestyles in one of Manhattan's trendiest neighborhoods.
92 Greene Street, Soho
Designed by Andres Escobar, Mercer Greene is centrally located in Soho, one of Manhattan's hippest neighborhoods. The low rise building is composed of 15 spacious apartments.