NYC Apartments for Sale in Soho
Geographically, Soho (short for South of Houston) is fairly small -- a chic rectangle in lower Manhattan, bordered by Houston Street and Canal Street on the north and south, and by Lafayette Street and Sixth Avenue on the east and west. In terms of its significance in Manhattan’s culture, though, Soho looms large -- in its transition from bohemian hub to an epicenter of high-end retail and luxury living, Soho’s growing-up process has paralleled that of Manhattan as a whole. One of those neighborhoods in Soho that has changed is Nolita, yet the area still manages to retain the charm it had in the past. Through it all, Soho has stayed cool -- and remains a shining example of all that makes Manhattan Manhattan. Famously home to some of the city's elite art galleries and luxury shopping, Soho is also home to a host of luxury condominiums, as well as its trademark loft apartments.
Soho lofts were originally 19th-century cast-iron buildings used as warehouses and factories, and the aesthetics of the classic Soho loft -- big windows, high ceilings, open floor plans -- have become the preferred look for new construction NYC condos as well. As Soho has gentrified -- and it has really gentrified, with ultra-exclusive nightspots, Michelin-starred restaurants and high-end boutiques making themselves at home on its cobblestone streets -- Soho lofts have become some of the most sought-after condo listings in Manhattan. There’s good reason for that -- new loft-style condo conversions such as 211 Elizabeth Street and 151 Wooster Street offer classic Soho loft looks and contemporary luxury condo comforts. The condo listings in Soho are many things, but conventional is not one of them. Which fits, because of all the words that could be applied to Soho -- from trendy to timeless, posh to bohemian -- "conventional" is certainly not one.
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350 West Broadway, with 7 full floor condos in Soho for sale, offers the openness of a loft setting with the feel and exclusivity of a Manhattan pre-war apartment. This condominium pays strict attention to detail; from the George Condo paintings in the lobby to the exterior glass and champagne aluminum unitized curtain wall system to the heated bathroom flooring system, 350 West Broadway is one of the finest condos in Soho, if not New York City.
Trump SoHo, real estate mogul Donald Trump’s ultra-deluxe hotel condominium, screams high-end luxury like only the Trump brand can. This 46 story luxury soho condo on 246 Spring Street holds 391 units that range size from 422 to 905 square feet, with the exception of ten penthouses on the top three floors that are even larger. The glass façade towers over lower Manhattan, and the building affords views of the Empire State Building, Hudson River, and the Statue of Liberty. Trump Soho also has the curious distinction of being a hotel condominium, which means that, in addition to providing hotel-style amenities, it requires its residents to rent out their rooms for certain days of the year, making it ideal for investors, or buyers looking for pied-a-terres.
70 Charlton is a handsome, high-rise, new construction condo in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood. Just as its facade has been designed to evoke the area’s rich industrial history, each residence has been meticulously crafted for modern living. Each condo is treated to high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that flood each space in sunlight – doubled by open layouts – and offer sweeping city views.
505 Greenwich Street is a luxury condominium offering high-end homes for sale in Lower Manhattan. The condos of 505 Greenwich Street include one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, as well as a prime West SoHo location. The modern, blue glass building rises 14-stories and anchors the thriving area known as Hudson Square.
40 Mercer Residences is a luxury building in Lower Manhattan's Soho neighborhood. Built in 2006, the building offers 41 luxury units across 14 floors. Designed by noted architect Jean Nouvel and developed by Andre Balazs, 40 Mercer Residences is a full service building with a courtyard, garage, and private storage facilities.
139 Wooster Street is a post-war condominium located in the much-coveted district of Soho. Cashmere Gold countertops and Oyster Beige marble bathroom floors are just a sampling of the luxuries this Manhattan condominium provides, while the private outdoor spaces make 139 Wooster Street an exceptional place to call home.
224 Mulberry Street redefines luxury living in Nolita. This 8-story, 7-unit building boasts a dignified facade; the bottom floors are Roman brick and the top floors are cast stone. The apartments--which range from 1,950 to 5,650 square feet--exude modern sophistication. The floors are solid white oak, and the kitchens are fitted with custom cabinetry created by renowned designers Smallbone of Devizes. Bathrooms are adorned with black and white mosaic flooring. Units feature massive mahogany windows, and some of the living rooms have 25-foot ceilings. The building will be the tallest in the area, and therefore views from the apartments on the upper floors are completely unobstructed.
The Police Building, located at 240 Centre Street, is amongst the most lavish pre-war buildings in all of Downtown Manhattan. Representing the Beaux Arts style, this landmarked building was constructed in 1905 as the Police Headquarters, and was later converted luxury homes in the late 80s.
From the cobblestone streets surrounding its prime Soho location to the neoclassical architecture of the building itself, 151 Wooster is more or less the prototypical pre-war luxury condo listing. But there's a surprise behind those stunning pre-war looks at 151 Wooster. This Soho condo incorporated cutting-edge green building technology into its condo conversion, making 151 Wooster a stylish paradox: a luxury condo listing that offers both pre-war elegance and futuristic green design. The 10 loft-style condominiums and pair of penthouses at 151 Wooster feature custom craftsmanship throughout, but the futuristic classicism of the building itself might be what most sets 151 Wooster apart from other condo listings in Soho.