34 Greene Street is a revitalized piece of historic New York real estate in the SoHo District. Designed by the Sorgente Group, 34 Greene Street is a rare cast iron building that has been pain-stakingly restored. The building offers 8 full-floor, loft residences which are accessible via key lock elevators.
The lofts at 34 Greene Street marry old-world charm with modern convenience. The units have 12-14-foot high ceilings and expansive windows, which gives the units a uniquely open and airy feeling. Residences feature lovely exposed brick walls and and wide-plank, solid white oak flooring and also contain washer and dryer units as an added convenience. The modern kitchens are designed by Schiffini and offer modern, white laquered cabinetry, Calacatta marble countertops and backsplashes and custom stainless steel, double sink with side spray. The kitchens are outfitted with a top-of-the-line Miele appliance package whcih includes a refrigerator, four-burner gas stovetop, exhaust hood, convection and steam ovens, warming drawer, custom-paneled dishwasher, and under-counter wine fridge. Master baths offer offer glass enclosed, double shower, designer toilet and bidet, and Osso tavertine tile floors and walls. The master ensuite bath offers a double sink and cast iron soaking tub, also with Osso tavertine throughout. Most residences offer private terrace, wet bar and fireplace.
keyed elevator access for residents in addition to a twenty four hour seven day a week video doorman for extra security at all times. There are oxidized brass doors, Osso travertine walls and inset mirrors in addition to a Volcanic Cobblestone Piazza at the entrance lobby.
34 Greene Street is located in the hip and urban SoHo District of Manhattan. The area is well-known for its unique boutique shopping, artisans and galleries, and varied restaurants. There are also high-end shops for furniture and couture clothing.