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Welcome to The Thompson House: Soho’s newest luxury boutique building.
Located on the south-eastern corner of West Houston and Thompson Streets, 152 Thompson sets the new standard for Soho living by combining the finest aesthetics of pre-war design and modern luxury.
This brand new 3 bedroom/2 bath apartment is complete with wide-grain, matte-finish hardwood floors and an in-unit washer/dryer. Featuring sleek recessed lighting, this triple exposure home glows with natural light streaming through multiple over-sized windows. The kitchen is impeccably designed for all your culinary needs with white marble countertops and stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher and microwave. The layout of 3D is ideal for entertaining as the large living room will easily fit a sectional couch plus a dining table and flows freely to the open kitchen. The windowed bathroom features a glass-enclosed 5-speed shower for a spa-like experience. The queen-size bedroom easily fits additional furniture and the closets have been custom outfitted.
Step outside onto Thompson St where you have Soho, Greenwich Village and the West Village as your playground plus you are only a few blocks from 9 Subway lines. Luxury, size, area? You have it all at The Thompson House!
**Price listed is net-effective rent on a 19 month lease w/ 2 months free (gross rent - $6,978)**
This is a Pre-war Low-Rise home located in Soho, New York, NY. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and was built in 1900.
Welcome to your new life of luxury! Located on the south-eastern corner of West Houston and Thompson Streets, 152 Thompson sets the new standard for SoHo living.While living at 152 Thompson Street you will definitely live a life of luxury. With five floors of perfectly renovated units, this well maintained building is a perfect place to call your n…
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