70 Greene Street, New York, New York, 10012

70 Greene Street Apt: 3
New York NY 10012

Cross street:Spring Street

Building

Type:Loft
Era:Post-war
Floors:4

Property

Ownership: Condo
Rooms: 5
Bedrooms: 2 BR
Bathrooms: 2
Pets: Pets No

Financials

Price: $4,250,000
Real estate tax: $3,320
Financing Allowed: 90%
Minimum down: $425,000
587 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017
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Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC

Description

This expansive two bedroom, two bathroom sanctuary is over 2200 square feet with the best of both worlds: a custom modern renovation in an historic, landmarked building. With only two other residences, 70 Greene sits on a beautiful quiet cobblestone street perfect for a discerning buyer.

Notable Features:

Keyed elevator with private entrance.

Exquisite oak finishes throughout.

Custom-designed technology includes electric shades, built-in speakers and master control panels.

Lofty floor to ceiling wood, triple-pane, soundproof windows.

Walk in closets with custom build-outs.

In-unit washer/dryer.

Tufted leather headboard walls in both bedrooms.

Calacatta marble slab counters and backsplash.

Liebherr, Miele, Viking and Gagenau appliances, including 2 dishwashers and 2 ovens, refrigerator and wine cooler.

Spa-like baths, master with steam shower and deep soaking tub.

East and West facing exposures. Overlooks the quaint cobblestoned historic Greene Street.

This unit was personally designed as the developer's private residence.

The charm and allure of Downtown living comes to life in this impeccably restored loft condominium in the coveted historic Cast Iron District of SOHO. Idyllically situated between Spring and Broome Streets amid chic restaurants, boutiques and galleries. Designed in 2012 by architect Joseph Pell Lombardi and the Alveary Architecture design team.

Amenities

  • Washer Dryer
  • Elevator
  • Keyed Elevator
  • Voice Intercom

Neighborhood

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This expansive two bedroom, two bathroom sanctuary is over 2200 square feet with the best of both worlds a custom modern renovation in an historic, landmarked building.

Description

This expansive two bedroom, two bathroom sanctuary is over 2200 square feet with the best of both worlds: a custom modern renovation in an historic, landmarked building. With only two other residences, 70 Greene sits on a beautiful quiet cobblestone street perfect for a discerning buyer.

Notable Features:

Keyed elevator with private entrance.

Exquisite oak finishes throughout.

Custom-designed technology includes electric shades, built-in speakers and master control panels.

Lofty floor to ceiling wood, triple-pane, soundproof windows.

Walk in closets with custom build-outs.

In-unit washer/dryer.

Tufted leather headboard walls in both bedrooms.

Calacatta marble slab counters and backsplash.

Liebherr, Miele, Viking and Gagenau appliances, including 2 dishwashers and 2 ovens, refrigerator and wine cooler.

Spa-like baths, master with steam shower and deep soaking tub.

East and West facing exposures. Overlooks the quaint cobblestoned historic Greene Street.

This unit was personally designed as the developer's private residence.

The charm and allure of Downtown living comes to life in this impeccably restored loft condominium in the coveted historic Cast Iron District of SOHO. Idyllically situated between Spring and Broome Streets amid chic restaurants, boutiques and galleries. Designed in 2012 by architect Joseph Pell Lombardi and the Alveary Architecture design team.

Amenities

  • Washer Dryer
  • Elevator
  • Keyed Elevator
  • Voice Intercom

Neighborhood

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