Situated on the top floor of one of the most beautiful and historic cast iron buildings in Soho, located on the corner of Grand Street and Greene Street, this rare and first offering in many years is a unique and distinct opportunity to own a piece of history while lavishing in an abundance of space, light, and views.
The 5th floor loft space at 85 Grand Street is a top floor corner home with ceiling heights soaring over 17 feet and showcasing 15 oversized windows with gorgeous city and sky views to the East and North. The total space consists of approximately 5,140 gross square feet, while encompassing a mezzanine floor which overlooks the exceptionally grand living space and holds the master bedroom complete with woodburning fireplace and ensuite master bath with sauna. The current layout consists of a stately 52-foot by 45-foot (2,400 square foot) Great room, three bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as a dining area, private office space, storage closet, and a mezzanine floor open area loft space.
This coveted and prized property shows off its great character retaining all of its Old World charm and traditional Soho artists’ loft feeling. There is an amazing sense of scale, space, depth and serenity in this vast canvas. Removed from the dense hustle and bustle of Northern Soho, 85 Grand Street rests on a beautiful corner surrounded by other restored cast iron loft buildings with picturesque architecture seen through the 15 Eastern and Northern facing windows.
85 Grand Street was built in 1872 by architect William H. Hume as a former silk showroom and warehouse. Cast iron fa ade done by Lindsay, Graff & Mecquier. Converted to co-op in 1976 .