150 Wooster Street

Standing as a new construction, 150 Wooster features a duplex penthouse and a unique limestone, steel, and brick facade: two residences remain. The upper floors are clad in homemade Danish bricks while on the 7th floor, the facade transitions into a dramatic steel cornice.

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Danielle Nazinitsky
87 Leonard Street

Meticulously restored to hold a blend of historic and contemporary design and vibe, 87 Leonard Street is a Civil War era loft conversion, currently offering its only remaining penthouse at $19.95MM. This landmarked cast-iron building retains its status and aesthetic and modern luxury fittings and fixtures inside the building will guarantee you a cozy home, which compromises both comfort and quality.

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152 Elizabeth Street

Standing tall as one of the most handsome buildings of New York City, 152 Elizabeth Street offers a new building construction that is Tadao Ando's first residence designed in New York. The façade is striking and showcases the details and ingenuity its architecture holds, and hint at the blend of comfort and luxury that dictates the interiors if the building.

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62 Wooster Street

Located in Soho, 62 Wooster Street offers a condominium building that has been revived and converted to set a new standard for sustainable living. This COOKFOX-designed conversion stands tall as a cast-iron facade building, distinguished by Corinthian columns and exhibiting a perfect blend of high-end designs and craftsmanship.

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The Residences at Prince: 34 Prince Street

Situated between Mott and Mulberry streets in NoLiTa, 34 Prince Street holds a building that is a schoolhouse conversion with 7 lofts and 2 townhouses to offer. This prewar building was redesigned by Marvel Architects, and now showcases a singular blend of historic and contemporary design

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60 White Street

An 1869 conversion with environmentally-conscious boutique condominiums featuring 8 floor-through lofts, 60 White Street houses a restored building that carries modernist designs and convenience and historic vibe and essence hand in hand. Bostudio Architecture designed the conversion, giving the building a strikingly handsome cast-iron façade that makes it stand out.

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83 Walker Street

Designed by the renowned and much celebrated architect, Morris Adjmi, 83 Walker Street offers eight full-floor residences and one ground-floor duplex unit, all promising an extensively modern and convenient living to its residents.

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42 Crosby Street

This newly constructed post-war condominium building by Selldorf Architects is a modern day interpretation of the classic cast-iron loft building that is a signature icon of Soho. The stainless steel and shining glass facade will win your heart immediately, and the main entrance will take you into a wonderland, where comfort and luxury go hand in hand.

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199 Mott

Welcome to 199 Mott, the vision of Kutnicki Bernstein, it is a newly-constructed luxury boutique condominium building that stands fully occupied, except for a second-floor residence that comes with a terrace at $5.50 MM.

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565 Broome Street

A twin-tower development that stands 30 stories tall, soaring above the city and overlooking the Hudson River, 565 Broome SoHo is the result of a collaboration between developers and designers Renzo Piano, the Paris Interior design firm and Bizzi& Partners Development.

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91 Leonard Street

Developed by Toll Brothers City Living and designed by Skidmore Owing & Merrill, 91 Leonard is a refined and luxurious take on condominium developments, infused with an industrial spirit. This post-war construction conveys a feeling of facilitated living coupled with a contemporary style and aura, combing inspiration from Tribeca's rich architectural heritage with a confidently modern point of view.

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49 Chambers Street

Standing 15 stories high above the vivacity and vibe of New York City, 49 Chambers is a conversion of the pre-war era structure, featuring one-to-three bedrooms in a Beaux Arts conversion adjacent to City Hall Park.

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70 Charlton Street

Showcasing a new construction, 70 Charlton features 2 contextual towers designed by Beyer Blinder Belle to suit the vibe of a downtown New Yorker. This urban home is a collection of livable, luxury apartments connected by a landscaped courtyard. The 1-to-4 bedroom for-sale apartments in Hudson Square flaunt contemporary taste of interiors with modern designs by Workshop/APD.

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93 Worth Street

Currently offering 4 bedroom penthouses listed at $8.25MM, 93 Worth is a 1924 Historic loft conversion that was converted, restored and modernized into a 92 condominium-unit development.

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443 Greenwich Street

Currently offering 53 lofts and 8 penthouses, 443 Greenwich is a super luxury landmarked building that has been converted and restored to retain its original grandeur and historic vibe by CetraRuddy Architects.

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570 Broome Street

Presently offering one, two, and three bedroom residences starting at $1.35MM, 570 Broome is a newly-constructed collection of 54 contemporary residences that draw inspiration from the history and style of West Soho.

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70 Vestry Street

Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Daniel Romualdez and developed by Related Companies, 70 Vestry is a 14-story residential condominium building with 46 apartments as generous homes. The limestone-class building's materials, spaces and detailed transcend its time and offer a distinctively modern, luxurious and cocooned lifestyle that is sure to appeal to you.

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45 Park Place

With the designs of SOMA Architects and Ismael Leyva and interiors imagined by PieroLissoni, 45 Park Place is a combination of inspiration from Tribeca's rich heritage with a confidently modern point of view, presently offering a limited collection of 50 condominiums.

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The Woolworth Tower Residences: 2 Park Place

Exhibiting a contemporary design aesthetic, the top 30 floors of the historic Woolworth building are currently offering one-to-four bedroom residences starting at $3.875MM. The building, transformed by the famed French architect, Thierry W Despont into The Woolworth Tower Residences, still remains unprecedented in size and sophistication and an elegant jewel in the skyline of downtown Manhattan.

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