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The super-eclectic 69 Wooster Street #2 (Corcoran) The super-eclectic 69 Wooster Street #2 (Corcoran)
Fifty years ago, SoHo began its evolution from factories to fabulous lofts, which were first inhabited by enterprising artists who embraced the open floor plans, large windows, and cheap prices. In doing so, they brought renewed glamour to a "blighted" area that had gone slowly downhill when the textile companies and dry-goods wholesalers departed a half-century ago.

Today, a walk down the streets of Soho shows that the area is almost all glamour: the architecturally significant cast-iron buildings, the restaurants by world-renowned chefs, the incredible crop of designer boutiques. This all comes at a cost, of course, as the artists who played an important part in resuscitating the neighborhood can no longer afford to live there.
A look at our listings shows that there are just 180 apartments for sale in the neighborhood coming in at a median price of $3.2 million and over $2,000 per square foot. Just behind Tribeca, the West Village, NoHo, and the Upper East Side's Gold Coast, SoHo is the fifth most expensive neighborhood to buy in NYC. According to our 2018 Year-End Market Report, 83 condos traded in the neighborhood last year for an average price per square foot of $ 2,202. This is up by 1% from the year prior.

Below, we explore the most dramatic, newest, affordable, and most eye-catching listings currently on the market in the beloved downtown district.

SoHo's Most Expensive Listing
419-Broome-Street-1 All images of 419 Broome Street via Douglas Elliman
419-Broome-Street-2 This kitchen has a fireplace!
419-Broome-Street-3 Master bedroom
Bespoke residence in a landmarked cast-iron condominium kept its soaring 15' ceilings, two wood-burning fireplaces, barrel-vaulted ceilings, and oversized arched windows in the wake of a massive renovation. It also offers a professional-quality kitchen, not one but two beautifully appointed master suites, a screening room, and a fitness room. All levels are connected by a cantilevered black marble staircase, and 4,000 square feet of landscaped terraces come with custom gas lanterns, a heated spa, a garden with fountain, and open-air dining. See floor plan and full details here.

SoHo's Median Condo Price: $3.2M
330-Spring-Street-04 This unit in the Urban Glass House is exactly the SoHo sales listing median (Corcoran)
330-Spring-Street-005 Bedroom
Between its building by Pritzker Prize laureate Philip Johnson and interiors by Annabelle Selldorf, this condo would appear to be a design enthusiast's dream on paper alone. A visit to the apartment, with its expansive proportions, floor-to-ceiling windows, and designer chandelier, would only serve to confirm that impression. Additional features include a state-of-the-art kitchen, built-out home office with T1 high-speed Internet, oversized master suite with generous storage and five-fixture bath, and built-in iPad to control the blinds, sound system, HVAC, and more. See floor plan and full details here.

Median Prices by Unit Type
70-Charlton-Street-1 1-bed median: 70 Charlton #10G (Extell)
497-Greenwich-Street-1 2-Bed Median: Greenwich Street Project, #6B (Compass)
51-Greene-Street-1 3-bed median: 51 Greene Street, #4FL (Compass)

SoHo's Best New Construction Listings
1-Vandam-03 One Vandam penthouse via Douglas Elliman
Living room
Located in a striking Soho tower, this apartment's entry gallery with dramatic glass wall, Great Room with dining room and wood-burning fireplace, and social terrace make it an entertainer's paradise. The bedrooms are located one floor up for optimal privacy, and the master suite comes with a wood-burning fireplace, spa-like bath with free-standing tub, and private terrace. The home is topped with a 1,400-square-foot roof terrace with a fireplace, outdoor spa, and outdoor shower. See floor plan and full details here.
Other New Development Listings
565-Broome-Street-1 565 Broome Soho via Douglas Elliman
10-Sullivan-Street-1 10 Sullivan Street via Corcoran
42-Crosby-Street-1 42 Crosby Street via Douglas Elliman

Our Picks for Most Beautiful Listings
116-Sullivan-Street-05 This apartment was also George and Amal Clooney's supposed illegal Soho rental (BHS)
This landmarked townhouse was originally built in 1832, and retains its timeless charm and abundant light in the wake of a meticulous renovation. It has been updated to Passive House standards, and additional improvements include automated shades on the grand windows, hydronic radiant heat flooring throughout, and a smart-home system to manage the light and sound. Private outdoor space includes a multi-level garden and a spectacular roof deck. See floor plan and full details here.

490-Greenwich-Street-1 490 Greenwich Street via Nest Seekers
40-Sullivan-Street-1 40 Sullivan Street via Douglas Elliman

Most Eclectic Listing
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Following a multimillion-dollar renovation, this Soho art gallery has been transformed into a customized home that masterfully combines Victorian sensibilities with modern New York edge. Opulent finishes include tin ceilings, exposed brick walls, gold columns, a mirrored wall, leather accents, and dramatic lighting fixtures. The extravagant master suite has two massive walk-in closets and a bath with mirrored ceiling and gold free-standing soaking tub. See floor plan and full details here.

Modern Masterpieces
42-Crosby-Street-2 42 Crosby Street via Douglas Elliman
25-Mercer-Street-1 25 Mercer Street via Sotheby's

Least Expensive Listing
110-Thompson-Street-1 All images of 110 Thompson Street via Compass
110-Thompson-Street-2 Bedroom
Floor plan
Sweet studio is appointed with the high ceilings and exposed brick buyers have come to expect from Soho. Additional features include peaceful treetop views, amazing natural light, and stainless steel appliances. A multitude of subway lines is a short walk away. See floor plan and full details here.

Best Deal
481-Washington-Street-4033 This unit comes in at bargain basement PPSF of $1,011, the lowest in the neighborhood. (Douglas Elliman)
Located in a converted warehouse overlooking Hudson Square Park, this elevated duplex features the cast iron columns, exposed brick, and wood beam with original brace work that brought Soho design to prominence. The open kitchen is outfitted with Shaker-style cabinetry, a farmhouse sink, and top-of-the-line appliances that include a wine cooler. The master suite boasts incredible closet space and opulent marble bath. See floor plan and full details here.
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