Soho’s 53 Greene Street condos hit market

Full-floor units going for $6.57M
October 05, 2013 04:00PM

A newly converted condominium building in Soho is on the market with units selling in the $6.5 million range. The six-story condo at 53 Greene Street is in the Historic Cast Iron District of Soho. It features five full-floor residences, including a duplex penthouse. Brown Harris Stevens is marketing the building.

Fifty-three Greene is a new condo project completed by Berkley Acquisitions this year. Berkley Acquisitions bought the property for $10.8 million in 2011 in an all-cash transaction financed by the Praedium Group. The seller was 8008 Realty Corporation.

The two available units are both 2,771-square-foot two-bedrooms, with $6.34 million and $6.57 million asking prices, respectively, BuzzBuzzHome reported.

Residences have private elevator access, walnut flooring, in-unit washer/dryers and open kitchens with marble countertops and single marble slab islands with built-in wine coolers. [BuzzBuzzHome] – James Comtois