|Beds||Baths||Rent||Deposit||Unit #||Sq Ft||Lease Length||Available|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$8,000||$0||PH||1,370 Sq Ft||12 Month Lease||Available Now|
About 28 Greene St New York, NY 10013
This incredibly well restored 1872 Second Empire, cast-iron pinnacle of architectural royalty is known as "The Queen of Greene." Truly one of the most handsome loft buildings in the best recognized and most desired neighborhood in the world, SoHo. Exquisite finish and execution throughout this loft space. A colonnade of stripped wood columns and center beam are your anchors in history. Fantastic light and classic Greene Street cast-iron views through new double hung, 5ft x 9ft mahogany, thermo-paned windows spanning the broad 30ft width. Soaring 11ft ceilings in this made for a film set, SoHo space. Museum grade maple floors with 15-inches of sound insulation between floors and quadruple sheetrock with wool bats between the rooms. Liebherr refrigerator, Wolf gas range top and electric oven, Bosch dishwasher. Positive pressure ventilation keeps cooking aromas exhausted to the roof. Cardoso limestone countertops, Kohl fixtures and Dorn Bracht fittings. Miele washer & dryer. Central AC and top-of-the-line Runtal heating system. Video security. Available immediately. Easy approval process. You can reach me David at 929-348-0084 Or email at Dmolina@citihabitats.com and send me your info so I can contact you about this and any other apartments that fit your criteria! We have access to over 95% of available properties in Manhattan and will use our resources to find you exactly what you want.
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
Neighborhood - SoHo
One of the most hip neighborhoods in New York City, SoHo is full of history, local restaurants, shopping, and upscale living. This affluent urban oasis is a food and retail lover’s paradise. Restaurants, boutique shops, and popular retailers reside on every corner of SoHo. Try the Cupping Room Café, or maybe venture to Jack’s Wife Freda, a lively bistro on Lafayette Street. Residents and visitors flock to Black Tap for gourmet burgers, shakes, and crafty cocktails.
Nearly 40,000 people visit the New York City Fire Museum every year to explore firefighter history from the late 18th century until now. Bring the whole family to the Children’s Museum of Art, or spend the day outside at Hudson River Park. With a variety of activities and amenities like dog parks, kayaking, mini golf, sports fields, trails, and more, this waterfront park is the place to be on a sunny day in SoHo.
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