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This extra-large 1 bedroom/1 bath apartment is filled with natural light streaming through multiple over-sized windows in every room. The kitchen is beautifully designed with stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher and microwave and features a long marble island opening to an over-sized living room. The living room is perfect for entertaining with recessed lighting accents and glossy hardwood floor. The luxurious 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.
Living in Soho is New York City life at it's best! Charming tree-lined streets boast some of the city's chicest boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. Abundant shopping options include designer clothing brands, flagship athletic shoe stores, and unique curiosity shops. Every type of dining can be found within minutes of home including longtime favorites such as Lombardi's Pizza, Boqueria, and Fanelli Cafe. Easy access to transportation at nearby subways – 6 Spring Street, N/R Prince Street, B/D/F/M Broadway/Lafayette, C Spring Street – allows for short commutes to all areas of Manhattan.
Apartment details include-
Stainless Steel Appliances
Stacking Washer/ Dryer
5-Jet Glass Stall Shower
Glossy Hardwood Floors
Butterflymx virtual doorman
Advertised rent is net effective based on 2 month free on 24 month lease. Gross rent is $4140.
Photos are of the same apartment on another floor in the building.
Thompson House is an iconic Soho Pre-war apartment building boasting original details such as white subway tiled walls, marble stairs, and wrought iron railings. The historic entrance has been updated with the state of the art virtual doorman system – Butterflymx – adding modern convenience for entry and package delivery.
This is a Pre-war Low-Rise home located in Soho, New York, NY. This home has 1 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms and was built in 1900.
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It’s easy to imagine you’ve wandered onto a film set as you browse apartments in SoHo NYC, especially with the cobblestone streets and occasional celebrity sighting. While remnants of the area’s artistic roots can be seen in old stalwarts like The Performing Garage—home to The Wooster Group, where actors like Willem Dafoe and Spalding Gray got their starts—SoHo real estate is more accurately defined by upscale retail like Gourmet Garage, which has been serving fancy groceries in the area for over 20 years.