Residential Conversions & New Buildings

101-5 Greene Street Facade
101-5 Greene Street

101-5 Greene Street

SoHo, Manhattan

At 101 Greene Street, reconstruction on the original foundations of a five-story building with residential lofts on the upper floors and stores on the first floor, At 103-5 Greene Street the conversion to residential lofts on the upper floors of a five-story, store and loft building. Totaling 30,000sf, both buildings are in the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District

The two identical five-story buildings at 101-5 Greene Street were designed by Henry Fernbach, Architect and constructed in 1879 with a cast iron store facade. 101 Greene Street was substantially demolished in 1957.

The buildings were combined, an elevator egress core installed, the exteriors conserved/reconstructed and the interiors converted to 10 residential lofts, including the addition of set-back two-story penthouses.

Landmarks Preservation Commission approval.