85 Grand Street
New York, New York, United States

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History and luxury come together in this spectacular and sprawling ~4,250 sq. ft. corner loft, located in the heart of SoHo’s landmarked cast-iron district. This extraordinary space offers breathtaking views overlooking historic Soho from every one of the 16 floor-to-ceiling windows. This is the first time this rare loft has been on the market since the founding of the cooperative more than 40 years ago.

Enter through a private key-locked elevator and experience towering ~14 ft. ceilings, elegant ionic columns and cinematic New York City views of world famous cast-iron facades. Light pours into the grand living space which features 50'+ ft of original cast-iron windows.

Both formal and intimate entertaining is easy from the open chef’s kitchen featuring an impressive Calacatta marble island and thick marble countertops, a deep farmers sink, a 6-burner Wolf stove and hood, Sub Zero refrigerator and separate Sub Zero freezer; all enclosed in sleek modern cabinetry. Adjacent is a full butler’s pantry with an additional deep farmers sink, Calacatta marble counters and a full laundry.

The sumptuous master suite encompasses the northwest corner and offers a massive, custom-fitted walk-in-closet. There are two adjacent marble baths, both with walk-in rain showers. The larger en-suite bath features a freestanding oval soaking tub.At the opposite end of the loft, southeastern windows bathe two additional bedrooms in gorgeous natural light. The third luxurious marble bathroom has double sinks, a freestanding soaking tub and walk-in rain shower. An additional lofted library or study, and copious storage areas complete the loft. In renovated, mint condition ready for move-in or your final finishing touches, this one of a kind loft is not to be missed.

Originally built in 1872 by Architect William H. Hume as a silk warehouse and showroom, it was converted to a co-op in the late 1970’s. Historic 83-87 Grand (31.5 Greene Street) occupies one of the most beautiful cast iron blocks in SoHo. With world famous boutiques, restaurants and galleries just outside your doorstep, this is an opportunity to live to the fullest in the historic and unique Soho Landmark District.,History and luxury come together in this spectacular and sprawling ~4,250 sq. ft. corner loft, located in the heart of SoHo’s landmarked cast-iron district. This extraordinary space offers breathtaking views overlooking historic Soho from every one of the 16 floor-to-ceiling windows. This is the first time this rare loft has been on the market since the founding of the cooperative more than 40 years ago.

Enter through a private key-locked elevator and experience towering ~14 ft. ceilings, elegant ionic columns and cinematic New York City views of world famous cast-iron facades. Light pours into the grand living space which features 50'+ ft of original cast-iron windows.

Both formal and intimate entertaining is easy from the open chef’s kitchen featuring an impressive Calacatta marble island and thick marble countertops, a deep farmers sink, a 6-burner Wolf stove and hood, Sub Zero refrigerator and separate Sub Zero freezer; all enclosed in sleek modern cabinetry. Adjacent is a full butler’s pantry with an additional deep farmers sink, Calacatta marble counters and a full laundry.

The sumptuous master suite encompasses the northwest corner and offers a massive, custom-fitted walk-in-closet. There are two adjacent marble baths, both with walk-in rain showers. The larger en-suite bath features a freestanding oval soaking tub.At the opposite end of the loft, southeastern windows bathe two additional bedrooms in gorgeous natural light. The third luxurious marble bathroom has double sinks, a freestanding soaking tub and walk-in rain shower. An additional lofted library or study, and copious storage areas complete the loft. In renovated, mint condition ready for move-in or your final finishing touches, this one of a kind loft is not to be missed.

Originally built in 1872 by Architect William H. Hume as a silk warehouse and showroom, it was converted to a co-op in the late 1970’s. Historic 83-87 Grand (31.5 Greene Street) occupies one of the most beautiful cast iron blocks in SoHo. With world famous boutiques, restaurants and galleries just outside your doorstep, this is an opportunity to live to the fullest in the historic and unique Soho Landmark District.

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