Noho is more low-key, notably less-touristed and a good deal quieter than its similarly abbreviated neighbor on the south side of Houston Street, but Noho has more in common with Soho than a catchy nickname. Like Soho, Noho is rich in historic architecture and high-ceilinged loft-style apartments, both in ambitious new construction luxury condominiums and high-end condo conversion projects. And yet there's more to Noho -- which is roughly bounded by Houston Street, the Bowery, Astor Place, and Broadway, also considered part of Greenwich Village -- than a nickname and some lofts.
Noho has a striking variety in structures, with neighboring marble, brick, cast-iron and terra cotta facades lending each Noho block a unique and diverse look. More so than Soho, which long ago lost its artistic edge amid a rising tide of poshness, Noho remains a lively artistic and cultural neighborhood. Besides the expected boutiques, cool nightlife spots and a wide array of eateries, NoHo is also home to a wide range of museums, theaters, live music venues, and even a small opera company. Even the condominium listings of Noho seem to adhere to the neighborhood’s alternately artistic and understated aesthetic. The ultra-luxurious celebrity-mecca condo 40 Bond is one of Manhattan’s hottest new construction condominiums, and neighbor 25 Bond, a condo conversion in what was once a parking garage, gives the neighborhood a top-tier boutique condo listing. Sophisticated, diverse, and bursting with quintessentially downtown vitality, Noho is more than Soho north. It’s also one of downtown Manhattan's most appealing places to live.
As a pre-war luxury condominium, 25 Fifth Avenue mixes older design elements with the modern luxuries of any Manhattan condo. The building sits along lower Fifth Avenue, just north of Washington Square Park. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, digital security system, and private storage facilities.
With a stunning glass façade and a 22-foot high sculptural gate, 40 Bond Street sets standards for Manhattan architecture. Each unit comes with its own entrance as well as private front gardens. Set in Noho, residents will have Gramercy park Hotel services, which feature private gyms and special hotel events.
Situated in the Manhattan neighborhood of NoHo, 25 Bond Street is an 8-story condominium building, housing 9 units. As the site of a former parking garage, the building was converted in 2007, and made to have a limestone façade. Amenities at 25 Bond Street include 24-hour concierge, outdoor grilling space, and rear garden.
Located at 445 Lafayette Square, Astor Place feature a distintive undulating glass frame that stands out even amongst Manhattan's finest luxury apartment buildings.
Located along the beautiful and highly coveted Bond Street in NoHo, this new luxury condominium building is designed by the world-renowned Annabelle Selldorf. The 10 Bond Street building will elegantly sit on the intersection of Lafayette Street and Bond Street, steps away from NYU and Washington Square Park.
48 Bond Street, Noho
48 Bond Street provides exactly what residents of the Noho desire in both functionality and accessibility for its tenants. This modern pre-war building has 11 stories standing tall over various restaurants and apparel stores on the winding Bond street below. This post-war co-op was designed by renowned architect Deborah Berke, giving it a clean and modern edge that gives it a distinct urban look.
Walking along the cobble-stoned streets of Bond Street, 54 Bond Street may seem like an old, ornate structure, but once you enter its doors, it welcomes you to a whole new world of luxury living.
738 Broadway offers prospective residents a place to call home in Greenwich Village, one of Manhattan’s most vibrant and convenient neighborhoods. Originally built in 1867 and recently remodeled, this building offers a fusion of mid-19th century cast iron architectural charm with modern, state-of-the-art interior amenities.
290 Mulberry Street, Noho, Nolita
Nolita’s 290 Mulberry Street is home to 9 full-floor apartments, each encompassing modern living in a historical neighborhood. Constructed in 2009, building stands 11 stories, with a tri-level penthouse on the upper floors. Along with a downtown location, 290 Mulberry Street boasts concierge services and a rooftop deck.
A post-war condominium in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, 137 East 13th Street offers innovation in its listings. Each condo features modern stainless steel appliances and elegant marble and granite furnishings. Located right by Union Square, 137 East 13th Street offers easy access to bountiful entertainment.