A private, key-locked elevator opens directly into this luxurious loft off a cobblestone street of Soho. A renovation modernized this spacious two bedroom, two bathroom residence, which features wide plank floors, a top-of-the-line chef's kitchen, and customized doors and closets.
Enter into a living room with soaring ceilings and three massive windows looking onto the neighborhood's historic cast iron architecture. The space is large enough to accommodate comfortable living, dining and entertaining areas, including a cozy built-in breakfast nook.
Directly behind the living area is an open chef's kitchen with custom cabinets, stone counters and stainless steel appliances. Customized floor-to-ceiling, solid-core doors open to the two east-facing bedrooms, which both receive ample sunlight. The primary bedroom suite features a built-in desk and a custom dressing room that leads to a spa-like tiled bathroom with a deep soaking tub. Both bedrooms connect to a home office.
100 Greene Street, built in 1920, is an impressive example of the neighborhood's famous cast iron architecture. Located between Spring and Prince streets, this residence is within walking distance to some of the best shopping and dining in the city, if not the world. The building features a video intercom system and private storage.