Mercer Greene


Building Description

Mercer Greene is a beautiful post-war building located at 92 Greene Street in SoHo.  This building was made of press enameled steel making this seven story, 15 unit building, up to date with New York City's most current flood zone standards. Key features and amenities for this building include elevator access to each floor, open layout, Brazilian hardwood flooring, pet friendly and tall ceilings.

Building Amenities

  • concierge
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • storage room
  • sublets allowed
  • washer/dryer allowed


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Nearby Transportation

Prince Street & Broadway (1 min walk)

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Spring Street & Lafayette (3 min walk)

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Spring Street & 6th Avenue (5 min walk)

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Soho is a neighborhood that is an attraction in its own right. Originally a manufacturing area, the neighborhood was saved from being torn down to create a highway, and it now the poster neighborhood for urban regeneration. Its wealth of cast iron architecture, high-end shopping, and...


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