20 Greene Street, 4B

$4,950,000

FLOORPLANS

BUILDING GALLERY

RESIDENCE DETAILS

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Square Footage (Approx.): 2625

RE Taxes: $1728

CC's: $1496


Features:

  • AWARD WINNING RENOVATION
  • S. RUSSELL GROVES DESIGN
  • 11 FOOT CEILINGS
  • MAHOGANY TRIPLE-PANED WINDOWS
  • EAST/WEST EXPOSURE
  • LARGE STUDY
  • LAUNDRY ROOM
  • EXTENSIVE MILLWORK
  • SUBZERO PRO 48 REFRIGERATOR
  • CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING

This beautifully designed Soho loft, masterfully renovated by architect S. Russell Groves, won a prestigious IDEC Merit Award for “Best Urban Apartment.” The apartment was also featured in Interior Design magazine and on HGTV’s “Top 10” (loft episode).

Boasting 11-foot ceilings, grand-scale rooms, and oversized windows, the loft feels spacious yet intimate. Highlights include richly stained 4-inch solid oak plank floors, 8-foot solid-core walnut doors, and custom mahogany-framed windows that are triple-paned for the ultimate in sound attenuation and thermal insulation. Special architectural features include antique aluminum louvers and steel-framed factory windows separating the living room and den. The living room features extensive built-in storage, large oak doors hung from barn-style rollers, and a convenient desk and a banquette for casual seating.

The ultimate professional kitchen includes the best-in-brand SubZero Pro 48, a Viking 36” range with griddle, a custom-faced Viking 200-bottle wine refrigerator, and a Viking Professional Chimney Wall Hood capable of extracting an incredible 1200 cubic feet per minute.

The loft also features central air conditioning and a large laundry room with side-by-side washer/dryer, a utility sink and loads of storage.

BROKERS

Steven Ganz

T. 212-487-5051 | sganz@alignednyc.com


Jonathan Isaacs

T. 212-487-5052 | jisaacs@alignednyc.com

Building Description:

20 Greene Street, a landmarked building on the SoHo Cast-Iron District National Historic Register, is part of the longest continuous row (10 to be exact) of iron-front buildings anywhere. 20 Greene Street was constructed in 1880 by Samuel Warner and was converted to residential condominiums in 1999. The building retains its original industrial aura, and is on a less traveled, cobblestone block in Soho, which makes it feel more “quiet Soho” than many other blocks in the area. The facade and front stairs just underwent a complete restoration. The building has a key locked elevator and two units on most floors.

Building Features:
  • LANDMARKED CAST-IRON BUILDING
  • KEY-LOCKED ELEVATOR
  • COBBLESTONE STREET
  • BASEMENT STORAGE
Location