7 Wooster Street



Building Description

Located in the heart of Manhattan's vibrant SoHo neighborhood, 7 Wooster Street offers luxury condominiums along an intimate, cobblestone street. This seven story, post-war building is only a stone's throw from Peter Walker landscaped SoHo Mews, and with its stunning architecture and myriad of building amenities, 7 Wooster Street prides itself on offering something for anyone and everyone. The luxury condominiums, structured in a loft style, feature a variety of top of the line amenities. High ceilings provide an excellent sense of space, while floor to ceiling windows fill these luxury apartments with an abundance of natural light. Kitchens are fully equipped with state of the art, modern appliances, and include Pearwood Poggenpohl cabinets, dishwashers, as well as a wine cooler. Kohler soaking tubs grace the bathrooms in these luxury lofts, and combined with both a large amount of closet space and washer/dryers, residents of 7 Wooster Street enjoy a lifestyle filled with class and sophistication. Amenities abound at 7 Wooster street, which features video-intercoms, providing an extra sense of safety. Additional storage space is available in the basement, and beautiful, private outdoor spaces are also provided to residents of these luxury condominiums. A key-controlled elevator affords occupants the opportunity to simply walk directly out of the elevator into their apartments, affording them both extra privacy as well as security. And of course, its SoHo location is an amenity unto itself, with a host of activities at the fingertips of every resident, including but not limited to art galleries, bars and fine dining. Whether it's sipping a cold drink in the private outdoor area, or strolling along the cobblestone street upon which it is situated, 7 Wooster Street is a building that residents are proud to call home.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • storage room
  • sublets allowed
  • washer/dryer allowed


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Nearby Transportation

Canal Street & Avenue of the Americas (2 min walk)

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Canal Street & Broadway (4 min walk)

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Franklin Street & Varick (4 min walk)

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Originally a manufacturing area, Soho was saved from being torn down to create a highway and is now the poster neighborhood for urban regeneration. Its wealth of cast iron architecture, high-end shopping, and expensive real estate has made it one of the most sought-after and trendiest...


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