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The Silk Building
14 East 4th Street, NoHo, Manhattan, NY 10012

Pre-war Condo

55 units
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  • 55 residences
  • 12 stories
  • BUILT 1908

The Details About 14 East 4th Street

Built in 1908 and converted into residential and commercial condominiums in 1987, The Silk Building stands tall at the crossroads of Soho, Union Square, Greenwich Village, the East Village, and the Flatiron District. The current and former home of many cultural legends and tastemakers, it boasts a stunning lobby, 24-hour concierge, interesting layouts, and a common roof deck with views for mile...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Central air
  • Elevators
  • Central laundry room

The Silk Building Units

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Get to know NoHo

The north of Houston counterpart to SoHo, NoHo’s rise as a distinct NYC neighborhood is a relatively recent phenomenon. Spatially, NoHo is but a small wedge nestled between Greenwich Village and the East Village — and was previously considered part of the former. A lack of size, however, is hardly a deficiency in NoHo. Actually, it makes things all the more enticing. Over NoHo’s development, glorious mansions gave way to manufacturing buildings, which came to be occupied by artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Robert Mapplethorpe as live-in studio lofts. Still standing and coveted alongside imposing glass condominiums, those homes join early 19th-century row houses (the Merchant’s House Museum), turn-of-the-century office buildings (the Louis Sullivan-designed Bayard–Condict Building), and others in presenting a cohesive lineage of growth and change. Four buildings encompassing the c.1830s Corinthian-columned Colonnade Row have housed everyone from the Astors and Vanderbilts to the Blue Man Group.

NoHo Neighborhood Guide