Sales Launch for Boutique Residences at 74 Grand Street in Soho, Manhattan

74 Grand Street in SoHo

Sales have launched for 74 Grand Street, a six-story reconstructed landmarked building developed by Churchill Real Estate in Manhattan’s Soho-Cast Iron Historic District. 74 Grand offers a mix of two- and three-bedroom loft residences and a duplex penthouse within a building that features the restoration of its 32-ton cast-iron façade. Designed by C3D Architecture/Joseph Pell Lombardi, the new construction development also has ground-floor retail and an addition to the structure. CORE is handling sales with prices ranging from approximately $4,500,000 to $7,000,000.

“74 Grand is one of the only new construction projects that’s come to the Soho neighborhood in the past 15 years,” said Shaun Osher, founder and CEO of CORE. “The building is architecturally unique with its cast iron-looking façade and offers potential buyers a rare opportunity to own a true loft residence in the heart of this incredible neighborhood.”

Condominiums at 74 Grand Street have soaring ceilings with oversized casement windows that overlook the picturesque cityscape of the Soho Cast Iron District. The full-floor duplex penthouse has 2,588 interior square feet and 1,194 square feet of exterior square feet, which includes a private rooftop terrace with sweeping city views.

Residents have access to a limestone lobby operated by a virtual doorman, private elevator access, and additional storage for purchase.

74 Grand Street is the recipient of the 2022 Preservation Award for Excellence in restoration, preservation, and adaptive use of a historic building by the New York Landmarks Conservancy. Occupancy is expected for late 2022.

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7 Comments on "Sales Launch for Boutique Residences at 74 Grand Street in Soho, Manhattan"

  1. David : Sent From Heaven. | September 14, 2022 at 9:23 am | Reply

    It’s beautiful and feels like it’s on an elegant design, with exquisite details. Causing the inhabitants to be good and have manners, according to its luxurious color: Thanks.

  2. A beautiful restoration. Are the windows ‘casement’ or double hung?

  3. Beautiful building… but…
    $4.5 M for the 2nd floor?
    $7.0 M for the 5th floor?

  4. It’s worth what someone will pay for it.
    Kinda simple- as we see in Miami. $1M +++++ is the new normal.

  5. Nice building for four families.

  6. True lofts aren’t built from the ground up to be residential spaces. Why don’t the just use the word “artist” a couple dozen times to really trick those dumb enough to fall for this kind of branding

  7. 32 tons, and what do you get?
    Another day older and deeper in debt..

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