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New York changes almost as fast as it moves. Populations shift through neighborhoods, buildings evolve, and tastes constantly change. Nowhere is this more evident than in SoHo. 63 Greene Street is one of the last remaining SoHo buildings to be converted for residential use. Located in the heart of the Cast Iron Historic District, 63 Greene Street offers six stories in the tradition of the original artist residences: bright and open, with high ceilings, wood floors, and plenty of room to live.
WHERE HISTORY LIVES
Before SoHo had a name, it had character. Thanks to large-scale preservation work across the neighborhood, much of this history can still be seen and felt beyond the faรงades. Originally constructed in 1877 as a silk industry showroom, 63 Greene Street is located in the historic heart of SoHo. As one of the last true loft spaces remaining in the neighborhood, special care has been taken to preserve these elements, including dramatic interior Corinthian columns on some floors, oversized wood windows facing Greene Street, a vaulted brick ceiling on the top floor, and a restored faรงade and retail storefront.
57-63 Greene Street was designed by Edward H. Kendell and built in 1876-1877 as a showroom space for the silk manufacturing industry. The original owner was Emil Oelbermann & Co., the name that still remains on the cornice of the building. Oelbermann was a dry-goods commission merchant specializing in imported silks, cottons, and wools. The Oelbermann store remained at Greene Street until 1913 when they moved to another city location. The store and second floor were then let to Ault & Wiborg Co., a manufacturer of printing inks, dry color dyes and pigments. The faรงade is brick, stone and iron (from Cornell Iron Works).
63 Greene offers one of the widest street frontages in the neighborhood, with a width of 100 feet. Once inside, you’ll find a renovated lobby with mosaic marble flooring and a distinctive, custom chandelier. Each residence has a spacious and unique layout, with ceiling heights up to 12-feet and huge windows flanked by cast iron, wood, or steel columns. Fumed oak, wide-plank floors and generously-sized bathrooms and kitchens have been designed to complement each one-of-a-kind living space. Your home – like a blank canvas – is open to your interpretation.
KITCHEN Custom painted wood cabinets Ivory mist honed marble countertops Opera glass mosaic tile backsplash Kohler Stainless steel top mount apron front sink Lefroy Brooks fixtures Sub-Zero stainless steel refrigerator with automatic ice-maker Sub-Zero wine refrigerator in select residences Bertazzoni six-burner gas oven and range hood Sharp microwave drawer Bosch stainless steel dishwasher
MASTER BATH Montclair vein cut Danby marble floors, baseboard and counter tops Nuheat floor warming system Savoy Field ceramic tile shower and backsplash Kohler undermount sink Custom painted wood vanity Lefroy Brooks fixtures Toto water closet
SECONDARY BATH Montclair vein cut Danby marble floors and baseboard White opera glass mosaic tile in shower or tub and backsplash Corian countertop and integrated custom sink Custom painted wood vanity Kohler Maestro or Tea-for-Two cast iron tub with Corian surround Lefroy Brooks fixtures Toto water closet
POWDER ROOM Nublado honed limestone floors, baseboard and counter tops Full Intaglio Field ceramic tile at shower or tub, and backsplash Kohler undermount sink Custom stained wood vanity Lefroy Brooks fixtures Toto water closet
The sixth floor of 63 Greene Street is home to three dramatic penthouse residences, each with its own private roof terrace. Vaulted brick ceilings with exposed beams and steel-clad columns define the space in a singular fashion. Natural light streams into the interiors via the atrium atop a custom steel staircase leading to the roof. Your private terrace awaits.
63 Greene Street offers an array of amenities designed for modern living. Building features include an attended lobby, package room, bicycle storage, and, most dramatically, a landscaped common rooftop with south, east, and west exposures. In addition to the high ceilings found throughout, each apartment offers zoned climate control, a Miele front-loading washer and dryer, and well-designed kitchens and baths with such luxuries as Sub-Zero refrigerators, Bertazzoni ranges, Lefroy Brooks fixtures and radiant heated bathroom floors.
SoHo has been many things throughout the yearsâ€”but it has never been boring. Thatâ€™s still incredibly true today. Upscale boutiques rub shoulders with fashion upstarts. Lively shopping areas give way to quiet tree-lined streets. Hudson River Park, Washington Square, Nolita and Tribeca are each a five minute stroll away. And vestiges of a rich, intriguing history keep pace with a nonstop push toward innovation. 63 Greene Street remains at the center of it all.
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63 Greene is part of the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District, designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1973, and declared a National Historic Landmark in 1978. Many side streets are still paved with Belgian cobblestones.
SoHo became famous for its many artistâ€™s lofts and galleries and is still host to vibrant cultural institutions such as the Wooster Group, The Judd Foundation, The Dia Foundationâ€™s Earth Room, and The Swiss Institute. SoHo is currently home to major luxury retailers Prada, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Balenciaga, St. Laurent, Tiffany and Co., and countless more.
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Equal Housing Opportunity. All dimensions and square footages are approximate and subject to tolerances and construction variances. Plans and dimensions may contain minor variations from floor to floor. Square footages exceed the usable floor area. Sponsor reserves the right to make changes in accordance with the offering plan. Full exterior facade, living room, penthouse living room, penthouse roof terrace, and common roof terrace images are artist renderings. The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor. File No. CD15-0002. Sponsor: Greene Mercer Holdings, LLC, 11 East 44th Street, Suite 1000, New York, NY 10017.
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