By Dana Schulz, Mon, June 4, 2018
The railroad layout may not seem ideal at first, but this one-bedroom Soho co-op more than makes up for it with two bathrooms and a dreamy outdoor terrace. Asking $945,000, the apartment at 57 Thompson Street lends itself to a shabby chic aesthetic, with whitewashed brick walls, cozy angled rooms, and large windows perfect for window boxes and hanging plants.
The inside is just as charming
By Emily Nonko, Tue, July 18, 2017
The Soho cooperative 57 Thompson Street is full of apartments we like: like this cozy one bedroom asking $730,000 last year, or this dreamy two bedroom that was up for rent, or this straightforward one bedroom asking $625,000 last fall. Next up is the studio apartment #5F, now on the rental market for $2,500 a month. Located on a high floor of the six-story brick building, it’s a bright, renovated space with pretty pre-war details intact and a good amount of storage for just over 200 square feet.
The bedroom nook is beyond cozy
By Michelle Cohen, Fri, October 21, 2016
It’s hard to find any complaints about this uncomplicated one-bedroom co-op at 57 Thompson Street asking $625,000. The coveted Downtown location east of 6th Avenue where Soho meets Tribeca is prime. While cozy, it’s not a studio; there are decent-sized rooms, generous closets and even an entry foyer. Pre-war charm is present and accounted for, and windows and paint keep it bright and cheerful.
Consider the options
By Emily Nonko, Wed, October 5, 2016
This very cute one-bedroom co-op at the Soho building 57 Thompson Street has hit the market at a price of $730,000. Besides the good location, just east of 6th Avenue, it’s got nice details like painted exposed brick, arched windows and some newer finishes in the kitchen and bathroom. It’s a small pad, sure, but it packs in enough charm to impress.
Take a look
By Emily Nonko, Fri, June 3, 2016
There’s something ethereal about this co-op, now up for rent at 57 Thompson Street in Soho. Maybe it’s the artwork, or the exposed brick that’s been painted white, or the nine-foot ceilings, or the treetop views from the big windows. Simply put, we believe the listing when it says this two-bedroom apartment has a dreamy, peaceful quality to it.
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