101-105 greene street
101-105 Greene Street is a 51,000 square foot mixed-use loft condominium project, completed in 2002, in the heart of New York City’s Soho Cast Iron Historic District. The project contains 12 residences of between 2,300 and 3,000 share feet, and 2 premium retail spaces with 16′ ceilings. The 103-105 building is a historic, 5-story, cast iron loft building that was gut renovated, and enhanced with a 2-story penthouse addition. The 101 building is a new building, with a steel structure and a facade cast in GFRC. In order to match the buildings, molds were made from the historic facade and then used to cast the GFRC facade of the new building. The two buildings were stitched together seamlessly around a shared lobby and elevator core, allowing for direct elevator access into these spectacular lofts. The interiors featured Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, exposed brick, 11-12′ clear ceiling heights, custom kitchens and baths, as well as fireplaces. At the time of its completion, 101-105 Greene Street was considered THE place to live in Soho, and today, the lofts have almost tripled in value due to the quality of space and prime location.
MIXED-USE RETAIL & LUXURY LOFT CONDOMINIUM
SOHO | MANHATTAN | NEW YORK CITY
12 RESIDENCES (2 & 3 BRS) | 8,000 SF RETAIL
DIRECT ELEVATOR ENTRY | 11-12′ CEILING HEIGHTS | BRAZILIAN CHERRY FLOORS | TERRACES | ROOFTOPS | FIREPLACES | CUSTOM KITCHENS | BLACK GRANITE | EXPOSED BRICK
H THOMAS O’HARA ARCHITECT | JOSEPH PELL LOMBARDI