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These are the locations in NYC which we consider to be best in their class.
Named after it’s namesake building at the intersection of 23rd Street and Fifth Avenue, South of Madison Square park in the heart of Silicon Alley, the high-tech hub of Manhattan, this area has arguably the most important architectural gems of Luxuryloft living in New York. Convenience-wise, it is unrivaled, with easy access to all public transportation, Madison Square Park, Union Square, Lower Fifth Avenue shopping, the Broadway corridor of shops and services, and restaurants, food stores and other delights. Most of the loft buildings here are Co-op buildings and some afford views combined with the volume of space that makes loft-living so appealing. Most of the loft buildings do not have a doorman.
Considered by many to be the ultimate luxuryloft neighborhood (South of Houston Street), and historically important because of it’s original designation as an artist’s area, some of the world’s most exquisite Lofts exist here. A vast number of new developments, along with the evolution of Soho as Downtown Manhattan’s premiere shopping district have made this Super-Prime real estate, commanding the highest prices of lofts in the New York market! Cobbled streets, architecturally important buildings and a mix of residential and commercial unlike any other neighborhood, makes Soho a luxuryloft-seeker’s dream. Lofts in this area are more appealing for their space and detailing: Views are rare and expensive.
A recent revolution has converted this once strictly industrial meat-packing area into the hottest neighborhood, south of 14th Street and West of Eighth Avenue. With some of the best and most exciting restaurants, art galleries, retail and food stores, the cobbled streets and proximity to the Hudson River Park make this a truly vibrant neighborhood. Several loft buildings exist here, with many yet to be converted. At one time, this area was sought out for bargains: Those days are over!
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