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45 Crosby Street

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January 2, 2024

This $5.25M Soho co-op combines loft living with penthouse luxury

Perched atop a classic 1920s Soho building, this six-room co-op at 45 Crosby Street retains the treasured ingredients of loft living, brought into the 21st century with a pristine top-of-the-line renovation helmed by contemporary design practice RAAD Studio. Asking $5,250,000, the turnkey home features direct elevator entry, 13-foot ceilings, large, light-filled rooms, and exposed original brick and beams, highlighted by luxurious fixtures and finishes in innovative modern materials.
Loft luxe, this way
May 2, 2019

Loft in Soho’s first building designated to low-income artists is now asking $3M

In 1978, a ragtag band of artist residents of Soho's 45 Crosby Street won what the New York Times called "an impressive victory." The city's Department of Housing Preservation and Development had granted the former industrial building's title to its residents in exchange for merely the "sweat equity" of getting it up to code (estimated cost: $164,000), making it the city's first loft building exclusively set aside for low-income artists. Now, a 2,100-square-foot loft co-op in the building, which has been home to artists ever since, is asking $3 million.
Times change, the loft remains a classic

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