Located between Spring and Broome Street in Soho, 63 Greene Street has a total of fourteen units spread out over six stories. This historic building has a history that dates back over one hundred years. With its recent conversion to condominiums, 63 Greene Street is able to offer its residents wonderful living spaces with numerous original details. The building’s restored facade is defined by incredible brickwork and casement windows.
Residences and Amenities
Every residence in 63 Greene Street provides a lot of space for owners and guests to enjoy. The various units have unique layouts, with common features that include ceiling heights as high as 12 feet. Spaces enjoy lots of natural light thanks to large windows that are flanked by columns made from steel, wood or cast iron.
In living and other spaces, fumed oak wide-plank floors set a highly desirable design tone. Moving into the kitchen puts the spotlight on features like custom painted wood cabinetry with honed marble countertops and an opera glass mosaic tile backsplash. Lefroy Brooks fixtures, Sub-Zero stainless steel refrigerators and Bertazzoni gas oven appliances are also key elements of this space.
In the master bathrooms, Lefroy Brooks fixtures are found throughout, along with heated floors and a Savoy Field ceramic tile shower & backsplash. Master bedrooms are quite spacious and many have walk-in closets. Amenities available to residents of 63 Greene Street include a renovated lobby with mosaic marble flooring, a doorman, package room and bicycle storage.
Out of the building’s fourteen units, six are currently listed as available. The first five listings are:
- 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom with 937 square feet for $2.375M
- 1 bedroom and 2 bathrooms with 1,571 square feet for $3M
- 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with 2,069 square feet for $5.45M
- 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with 2,400 square feet for $5.9M
- 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms with 2,407 square feet for $5M
The other available residence is Penthouse A. This incredible space has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms spread out over 3,597 square feet. Penthouse A includes an additional 1,061 square feet of private roof terrace. Located on the sixth floor of the building, Penthouse A’s vaulted brick ceilings are 12-feet high and feature exposed beams. The asking price for this residence is $12.95M.
63 Greene Street’s excellent location puts residents at the center of it all. A quick walk through the neighborhood reveals a vibrant mix of fashion upstarts and upscale boutiques. The neighborhood seamlessly transitions from lively shopping to serene streets lined with trees. This area truly reflects its rich history while keeping pace with a nonstop push toward innovation. To top things off, Tribeca, Nolita, Washington Square and Hudson River Park are all less than five minutes away.