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Top 5 Sales Buildings in SoHo Top 5 Sales Buildings in SoHo
Once a primarily industrial neighborhood, SoHo (South of Houston) boasts the greatest collection of cast-iron structures in the world and is widely known for its live/work spaces and art galleries. It is bounded by Houston Street, Canal Street, Crosby Street and Sixth Avenue and is now a fully commercialized high-end neighborhood home to many celebrities, fine dining, designer boutiques, and stores. SoHo and NoHo are served by multiple subway lines including the B, D, F and M trains at Broadway/Lafayette, the N and R trains at Prince Street, the C and E trains at Spring Street, and the 6 train at Bleecker and Astor streets.
SoHo currently has 255 units for sale. The median price of condos in the area is $3.975M and the median price of co-ops is $3.297M. The top ten SoHo buildings on CityRealty right now are:

1. 565 Broome SoHo, 565 Broome Street

2. Trump Soho, 246 Spring Street

3. SoHo 25, 25 West Houston Street

4. Urban Glass House, 330 Spring Street

5. 40 Mercer Street

6. Little Singer Building, 561 Broadway

7. 70 Charlton Street

8. The New Museum Building, 158 Mercer Street

9. 42 Crosby Street

10. 255 Hudson Street


1. Charlton House, 2 Charlton Street, #12CD

— For $2.5M
2-Charlton Street-12CD Citi Habitats
Located in prime SoHo, between Sixth Avenue and Varick Street, Charlton House is a red-brick cooperative building with low maintenance and amenities that include a common garden, garage, and 24-doorman. This first listing is a massive 2,000-square-foot residence that boasts amazing north, east, and west city skyline views. The apartment features a flowing living and dining space, two bathrooms, and a flexible layout that can accommodate three or four bedrooms. It is also situated on a relatively quiet block with easy access to SoHo and the West Village.

A notable resident of Charlton House includes architect and interior designer Paul Ochs, who custom-designed his home before placing it on the market last year.

2. Trump Soho, 246 Spring Street, #2108

— For $690K
246-spring-street-2108 Engel & Volkers
This studio residence is an investment opportunity hailing from the Trump SoHo hotel-condominium located in the heart of the neighborhood surrounded by galleries, shops, international fine dining and of course, celebrities. Studio unit 2108 features contemporary decor by the Rockwell Group and custom furnishings by Fendi Casa in a palette of bronze and ivory with hand-finished suede and leather accent pieces. Additional features include custom cabinetry, handmade area rugs, private storage, and a wet bar that houses a microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker by Nespresso.

Owners will also get to enjoy hotel amenities which include an authentic hammam (Turkish bath) at the Spa at Trump, fine dining at Koi Soho, a salon, and health club, library, meeting rooms, valet parking, 24-hour in-house dining service, and the indoor-outdoor Bar D'Eau. This unique listing can also generate profit when owners are away, as onsite rental programs are utilized.

3. 21 Mercer Street, #3FL

— For $6.0M
21-Mercer Street-3FL Compass
Residence 3FL lies within 21 Mercer Street, a pre-war building surrounded by NYC's finest retail, art galleries, restaurants, entertainment, transportation, and culture. The home itself is a beautiful 3-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom condominium loft that has been tastefully renovated to accommodate modern-day living. The numerous custom details, extensive millwork, key-locked elevator, gas fireplace, 12-foot ceilings, exposed wood beams and authentic cast iron ceilings give the 3,000-square-foot residence a ton of character. Other perks include oversized windows, an impressive master suite, cherry hardwood floors throughout, a central A/C and heating system, and custom shelving. For $6M, this home really delivers.

4. One Vandam, 180 Avenue Of The Americas, #PHA

— For $25M
one-vandam-PHA Stribling
High above SoHo is this envy-inducing penthouse residence at the BKSK-designed condominium, One Vandam. Unit PHA spans an impressive 5,286 square feet and occupies three floors with a private interior elevator servicing each. The home is complete with 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, an eat-in kitchen with a large pantry, a Great Room, a rooftop living room, two entrances, catering kitchen and outdoor spa and three terraces! Residents will enjoy interior designed by Studio DB, Freedom Tower and Manhattan views, and a seriously stunning rooftop level that is perfect for entertaining. This listing is also the second most expensive apartment in SoHo right now, right behind the $38M unit located in The New Museum Building.

5. 140 Grand Street, #5WR

— For $4.75M
140-Grand-Street-5WR Douglas Elliman
Last on our list of most popular listings in SoHo right now is unit 5WR from the six-story, cast-iron building at 136-140 Grand Street. The 3,000-square-foot residence is described as a "true SoHo loft" that boasts eight oversized windows facing west, a large living room, an art studio, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a home office. Additional features include an eat-in kitchen overlooking the iconic Police Building, exposed brick, a stand-alone soaking tub, an in-unit washer/dryer, and a unique manual freight elevator that opens directly to the loft.
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