63 Greene Street was converted to condominiums in 2016 and is located in the heart of Soho's Cast Iron Historic District. Apartment, 5A has only been lived in for the past year by pied a terre tenant. This home underwent a complete gut renovation during the buildings conversion and is now set up as a 1,953 square foot 2 bedroom, 2 bath loft with 9ft ceilings, an open chefs kitchen, oversized East-facing windows and wide-plank oak floor.
The generously-sized kitchen has marble countertop, a Sub-Zero stainless steel refrigerator, Bertazzoni 6-burner gas range and oven, Lefroy Brooks fixtures, radiant-heated marble bathroom floors, multi-zoned central air conditioning, a Miele front-loading washer and dryer, multiple closets that are all fully built out and electric black out shades.
This 6-story elevator building has 14 residential units and was built in 1877 and converted to condominiums in 2016. Building features also include a part time doorman, renovated lobby with mosaic marble flooring, bike storage, package room and a beautifully landscaped common rooftop with South, East, and West exposures.