Located on a gorgeous cobblestone street in the heart of SoHo, this one bedroom loft is situated in an iconic cast iron building dating back to the early 1900s.

587 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017
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112 Greene Street Apt: 3
New York NY 10012
Cross street:Spring Street




Ownership: Co-op
Rooms: 4
Bedrooms: 1 BR
Bathrooms: 2
Pets: Pets Allowed


Price: $4,995,000
Maintenance: $1,899
Financing Allowed: 80%
Minimum down: $999,000

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Located on a gorgeous cobblestone street in the heart of SoHo, this one-bedroom loft is situated in an iconic cast iron building dating back to the early 1900s.
The elevator opens into this 2,800 square-foot loft with 6 original columns and beautifully-restored exposed brick walls. With 13-foot ceilings and oversized windows, this apartment is spacious and sunny with a view over Greene Street.
The 60-foot living room features charming wood and brick detail and a spacious area to entertain guests or spend a relaxing evening at home. This space opens to the kitchen that boasts stainless steel appliances, a Subzero fridge and black granite countertops.
The oversized master bedroom easily fits a king-sized bed and has a walk-in closet. The en suite bathroom has windows and a deep-soaking Kohler jacuzzi tub and separate walk-in shower. The apartment has central air and wonderful old fashioned radiators. All furniture can be included in the sale. Enjoy decadent true loft living in this sprawling floor-through home in a quintessential SoHo building with an illustrious artistic and musical past.

All the hallmarks of a classic SoHo cast-iron loft materialize the second you arrive in this home. Thirteen-foot-tall ceilings soar overhead supported by original columns, and a long wall of exposed brick serves as the perfect backdrop for art. Beautifully refinished strip hardwood floors run underfoot, while decorative tin lines the ceilings. Extra-tall windows on the eastern and western exposures flood the home with sunshine, while internal clerestory windows allow the light to flow through living spaces from both directions.
The massive great room easily accommodates generous areas for sitting, dining and recreation, while the open corner kitchen stands ready with a fleet of stainless steel appliances and an oversized island/breakfast bar. At the rear of the loft, a vast master suite provides an airy retreat flanked by a huge walk-in closet and a large en suite bathroom featuring floor-to-ceiling marble, dual-sink vanity, frameless glass shower and separate soaking tub. A full guest bathroom and large laundry room with utility sink add convenience to this SoHo showstopper.
Currently configured with a single master suite, the possibilities for additional beds/baths are practically endless with a home of this size.
112 Greene is a classic cast-iron store-and-loft building designed by the prolific Henry Fernbach in 1883. In the early 1970s, the building served as an artist-run exhibition space, as chronicled in the book "112 Greene Street: The Early Years (1970-1974)." In the 1980s and 90s, the building was the home of Greene St. Recording studio used by artists from Public Enemy to Sonic Youth. Today, the boutique co-op building offers keyed elevator entry and permits pets and washer-dryers.
Set on Belgian-blocked Greene Street, between Prince and Spring, in the heart of SoHo, world class shopping, including Dior, Tiffany & Co. and Apple, is found in every direction. Transportation from this central district is unbeatable with N/R/W, B/D/F/M, 6, C and E trains all within minutes.


  • Washer Dryer
  • Elevator
  • Keyed Elevator
  • Video Intercom


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