The average loft in Soho is 1,924 SF, and there are only 52 known lofts that surpass 5,000 SF. To further emphasize the rarity of this home, only 10 lofts over 7500 SF have ever been on the market in Soho, and of those, only 2 had private terraces. Neither of those had 4 exposures and views of both the ESB & WTC. In addition to its enormous scale, 54 Thompson offers a unique level of privacy appreciated by those discerning clients looking for maximum discretion in the heart of Soho. Although this address is right in the middle of Soho-the front door is only 100 yards from West Broadway-this block has far less pedestrian traffic than neighboring areas, primarily because there are far fewer retail shops and restaurants than on any of the surrounding blocks.
An acronym for South of Houston, SoHo runs from Houston to Canal Street between Lafayette St. and Sixth Avenue. Home to the largest collection of late 1800’s cast-iron facade buildings in Manhattan and designated a historic landmark district in 1973. This community’s cobblestone streets are filled with restaurants from the grand to the long-established to the new and trendy. Shopping here rivals Madison and Fifth Avenues. Practically edging the 550-acre Hudson River Park, this green space is filled with restored and reimagined piers, dazzling water views, lush grassy expanses and a 32-mile bikeway. Housing Stock: Ranging from converted factories to expansive lofts and new condo developments.