This is the complete list of SoHo condo apartment buildings that we've profiled.
+ The map of SoHo Condo Apartment Buildings
- Soho Mews
(311 West Broadway, SoHo)
A two-building property measuring 175,000 s/f that consists of a 9-story structure facing West Broadway and an 8-story one facing Wooster Street.
- The Urban Glass House
(330 Spring Street, SoHo)
Philip Johnson's last project. SLCE are the project architects. The apartments have very high ceilings.
- 110 Greene Street
A turn-of-the-century mid-rise landmark condo building.
- 139 Wooster Street
Two six-story buildings, each with a two-story penthouse,
connected by a landscaped lobby garden.
The apartments have very high ceilings.
- 158 Mercer Street
A pre-war mid-rise landmark doorman condo building.
- 25 West Houston Street
A mid-rise red brick condo building built in 2004.
- 255 Hudson Street
64 condo units. The ground floor includes three
duplex units. Above are 1BR and 2BR units and
a common rooftop space. The façades are glass
- 304 Spring Street
A modern mid-rise doorman condo building. The apartments have high ceilings (9' 0" - 10' 0").
- 34 Greene Street
A low-rise landmark elevator condo building. Six loft-like units plus the penthouse.
- 40 Mercer Street
A mid-rise luxury condo building designed by Jean Nouvel built in 2007. The apartments have high ceilings.
- 505 Greenwich Street
The building is conceived as almost two separate
residential towers, although technically part of the same structure,
connected by the ground floor lobby and sharing a centr....
- 90 Prince Street
A turn-of-the-century mid-rise landmark elevator condo building.
Latest additions to this list made on: October 4, 2012.