107-109-111 greene street
107-109-111 Greene Street is a 54,000 square foot new mixed-use loft condominium project, completed in 2005, on the foundations of three buildings substantially demolished in 1923. The three buildings are in the heart of New York City’s SoHo Cast Iron Historic District. The façade is made of exposed riveted steel plates and angels, which recall the off-site fabricated capitals and bases of its cast iron neighbors, as well as the bridge construction of the early 20th Century. The buildings speak to the evolution of off-site pre-fabrication from cast iron facades in the 19th century to riveted steel construction of the 20th century. The buildings were combined, two elevator egress cores installed, and the interiors designed as 15 residential lofts, including the addition of set-back two-story penthouses. The lobby features a terrazzo floor and distinctive lighting. The lofts feature direct elevator access, semi-custom Poliform kitchens, fireplaces, quarter sawn oak flooring, 11-12 foot ceilings and dramatic split-level interior designs. Almost 15-years later, 107-109-111 remains one of the most sought after addresses in all of Manhattan.
MIXED-USE RETAIL & LUXURY LOFT CONDOMINIUM
SOHO | MANHATTAN | NEW YORK CITY
15 RESIDENCES (2 & 3 BRS) | 8,000 SF RETAIL
DIRECT ELEVATOR ENTRY | 11-12′ CEILING HEIGHTS | QUARTER SAWN OAK FLOORING | TERRACES | ROOFTOPS | FIREPLACES | POLIFORM KITCHENS | MARBLE | FLOATING INTERIOR STAIRS | EXPOSED BRICK | OVERSIZED MASTER BEDROOMS
COOK + FOX ARCHITECTS | JOSEPH PELL LOMBARDI