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Articles about "SoHo lofts"

  • Fireworks Over NYC Year in Review: Elegran's Top Posts of 2016 By Julia Troy | December 29, 2016

    2016 is coming to a close, which means it's time to check out some of our most popular stories from the blog this year.

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  • 104 Wooster Street loft apartment in NYC Spotlight on Soho and Nolita's Luxe Loft Living By Serena Horrigan | January 13, 2016

    When you think of Soho and Nolita, you think artsy chic with an edge, and we're showcasing 5 super-luxe lofts that are also super-cool.

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  • 14 Wooster Street Soho loft condo #SotW: Wooster Street's Cast Iron, Cobblestone Charm By Serena Horrigan | December 15, 2015

    From the old-world charm of its cobblestone streets to its artistic vibe and historic cast-iron architecture, Wooster Street is classic Soho chic.

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  • Prince and Greene Street #SotW: Prince Street—From Historic Primary School to Posh Luxury Living By Serena Horrigann | November 17, 2015

    St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral School is being converted into high-end luxury residences, exemplifying Prince Street's architectural melding of old and new.

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  • The Spice Warehouse Facade Striking Pre-War Details Define Soho Charm By Serena Horrigan | October 21, 2015

    Soho isn't just historic cast iron beauty; its other classic pre-war architecture is just as amazing and houses some extraordinary lofts!

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  • soho greene street The Classic Charm of the Cast-Iron Loft By Serena Horrigan | October 13, 2015

    Amidst the unstoppable growth of luxury residential towers, it's easy to forget the iconic architecture that still define NYC's neighborhoods. Let's take a moment to revel in the pre-war charm of the cast-iron loft.

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  • 325 West Broadway, Luxury Condos, Soho, NYC Street of the Week: West Broadway By Serena Horrigan | May 05, 2015

    The western border of Soho's Cast Iron Historic District is West Broadway, an architecturally stunning street with a sordid past and a chic, luxurious present.

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  • Make Noho Your Next Stop for a New Home By Aby Thomas | April 01, 2013

    Noho may not be as “big” as Soho, but this downtown Manhattan neighborhood certainly enjoys the same buzz, if not more, as its southern counterpart. The historic district, which once laid claim to having some of the most fashionable streets of New York City, is certainly living up to its legacy—Noho continues to be an extremely desirable neighborhood to live in, with real estate prices here among the priciest you can see in the city today.

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  • SoHo Residents Try to Change Artist Residency Law By Andrea Garcia-Vargas | July 11, 2012

    Apartment residents of SoHo—particularly, the artists of SoHo—are teaming up to call attention to an artist-in-residence zoning law that has existed since 1971, but only in name. Enforcement measures, to say the least, have fallen short.

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  • SoHo in the Crossroads: To BID or not to BID? By Daniel Muhlenberg | February 01, 2012

    SoHo is proof positive that there is such a thing as too popular. Longtime residents in SoHo, many of whom live in those spacious cast-iron loft apartments that most of us dream about, have to face a rather unenviable reality. Namely, their neighborhood has become so crowded with shoppers and tourists that getting from block to block has become a challenge. To make matters worse, there’s trash everywhere. The bins routinely overflow, leading many pedestrians to neatly place their garbage around them, an act that one local politician described to the New York Times as, “a sort of tribute to the garbage pail.” So two years ago, property owners in SoHo made plans to bring in a business improvement district, or BID, which is a public-private partnership that collects assessments to pay for local improvements like better sanitation and beautification. It didn’t take. When the idea of a SoHo BID came before Community Board 2, residents almost uniformly stood against it. Brad Hoylman, the chairman of the local community board, said that, “I can recall few issues where there has been as much vociferous opposition as the SoHo BID.”

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