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The landmarked building at 91 Crosby Street was recently renovated by Javeri Capital and GreenOak Real Estate. (Image via Citi Habitats) The landmarked building at 91 Crosby Street was recently renovated by Javeri Capital and GreenOak Real Estate. (Image via Citi Habitats)
Renting an apartment in SoHo will cost you; it's one of the most well-known and desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan, it's the epicenter of high-end boutique retail, and it boasts the greatest collection of cast-iron buildings in the world.

At 91 Crosby Street, on a cobblestone block between Prince and Spring Street, a new collection of loft-inspired, high-end rentals have debuted inside a landmarked prewar building, priced as high as $29,500 per month for a triplex penthouse.

The collection includes six two-bedroom homes and two four-bedroom penthouses with private roof terraces priced starting from $9,750 per month. Leasing is being handled by Citi Habitats.
91-crosby-street A triplex penthouse occupying the 5th, 6th and roof levels is listed for $29,500 per month. (Image via
Renovations at the historic building, constructed in 1898, were completed by Javeri Capital and GreenOak Real Estate, and resulted in new residences with a sophisticated and modern design.

There are four types of layouts and each has unique spaces that can be personalized for various uses. The homes have oak floors, double pane windows, 11-foot ceilings, and exposed brick walls.

Layouts include one-bedrooms with a home office; two-bedroom units with two baths; two-bedroom units with two home offices; and the four-bedroom, four-bathroom triplex penthouse occupying the 5th and 6th floors, and also the roof.
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The residences have luxurious features and were carefully designed to cater to a renters' needs. There is a dual-zone Mitsubishi heating and cooling system, and in-unit vented washers and dryers from Electrolux. There are also custom closets with built-in shelving and storage.

Chef's kitchens by Nobilia have custom Virginia Oak cabinetry with minimalist chrome hardware and under cabinet lighting, along with Calacatta Nuvo countertops and elegant appliances including ovens from Bertazzoni, fully integrated Miele refrigerators and dishwashers, and refrigerated wine cellars by Marvel.
A bedroom or home office (Image via Citi Habitats)
Luxurious stone baths (Image via Citi Habitats)
With both a soaking tub and glass enclosed shower, the stone bathrooms are luxurious, and have his & her sinks, a Duravit oak vanity, and Grohe fixtures.

The lobby at 91 Crosby was also renovated and has a convenient 24-hour virtual doorman for packages and guests. The building is within the famous Cast Iron Historic District, and in last month's Citi Habitats rental report, SoHo was the most expensive place to rent in all of Manhattan with a median rent of $5,195 per month. There are currently 171 SoHo rental listings on CityRealty with a median price of $4,725 per month.

See the listings and view more photos for 91 Crosby Street on the CityRealty building profile here.
91-crosby-street 91 Crosby is also known as 252 Lafayette Street. (Image via

91 Crosby Street Leasing

91 Crosby Street Leasing
91 Crosby Street
New York, NY 10012
(917) 319-XXXX

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