Residence #5A is a fully-finished 1,953 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, condominium loft with 9ft ceilings, located in the heart of Soho's Cast Iron Historic District.
The apartment has a unique and spacious layout, with oversized windows, wide-plank floors, and generously-sized kitchens and bathrooms. In addition to the high ceilings found throughout, apartment 5A offers a Sub-Zero stainless steel refrigerator, Bertazzoni 6-burner gas range and oven, Lefroy Brooks fixtures, radiant-heated marble bathroom floors, zoned climate control, and a Miele front-loading washer and dryer.
Building features include a renovated lobby with mosaic marble flooring and a distinctive, custom chandelier; a doorman; package room; bicycle storage; and, most dramatically, a landscaped common rooftop with south, east, and west exposures. Special care has been taken to preserve the original details of this 1877 Silk-Industry Showroom, including oversized windows, cast-iron and wood columns, and a restored faade.
The 63 Greene Street building is located in Soho between Spring and Broome Street. This 6-story elevator building has 14 residential units and was built in 1877. It was converted to a condominium in 2016.