88 Greenwich Street

Condo, Postwar
452 units
  • 452 RESIDENCES
  • 37 STORIES
  • BUILT 1956

The Details

About 88 Greenwich Street

Five star living in a 37-story Art Deco tower, first built as an office building in 1929. The building has been converted to high-end condominiums with 457 spectacular residences. 10'2" ceilings and oversized windows complement the building's unrivaled water and city views. Incredible service and amenities: wifi-enabled common areas, business center, library, billiard room, 24th floor sun deck ...

key features
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Cable ready
  • Central laundry room
  • Cleaning service
  • Common roof deck
  • Exercise room
  • Fitness center

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Get to know Soho/Nolita

Soho — which sits south of Houston (hence the name), north of Canal, and between Sixth Avenue and Broadway — is an architectural time capsule from the days when cast iron was all the rage. The innovative construction technique offered a cheaper alternative to carved stone for the decorative elements on facades. (It would, in turn, be largely replaced by steel.) Soho’s historic district boasts the world’s largest collection of such buildings, most from the 1880s and ’90s, when they served as textile warehouses and factories. Beginning in the 1960s, artists began converting spaces into studios and apartments. Today, high-end retail and restaurants occupy lower floors in what has become one of Manhattan’s most upscale neighborhoods. Nolita comprises the 16 blocks west of Soho, over to the Bowery. The new portmanteau (for “North of Little Italy”) was bestowed in the 1990s to reflect the upscale turn that the neighborhood had taken.

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