A stunning duplex penthouse in Soho’s historic Cast Iron District just hit the market, asking $9 million.
According to the historic designation report, the structure was built in 1882 by J. Morgan Slade, owned by Edward W. Tailer, and originally functioned as a store.
The 2,900-square-foot condo, located in a six-story cast iron building with five homes; has two bedrooms, three bathrooms, three terraces, a wood burning fireplace, and a private pool. The stylish unit also has high ceilings, large windows, exposed brick; and it can be accessed through a key-locked elevator.
The terraces offer breathtaking views of downtown Manhattan; the sun terrace, located one level up, offers 360 degree views of the city.
Common charges for the property will be $1,056/month, and taxes $1,582/month. The unit can be combined with the fifth floor to make it a triplex, according to a Halstead spokesperson. That option is listed on Halstead’s website.
The property is located at 45 Greene Street, between Grand Street and Broome Street. Greg Garwood of Halstead Real Estate has the listing.