Classic cast-iron style, high ceilings, and rich architecture from 1885
frontage on greene street
Why this location?
Positioned on SoHo’s glamorous Greene Street, amidst unique shops solely located in the neighborhood, 136 Greene St. boasts eye catching architecture and more. The streets of SoHo are saturated with artists and innovators who have shaped the neighborhood into one of the most exclusive in New York City.
Heavily Trafficked Shopping District
With an international cachet and endless list of activities and entertainment, New Yorkers and tourists alike flock to this neighborhood. All of Manhattan’s major subway lines land within footsteps of Greene Street including the N, R, 6, J, M, A, C and E.
High-Density Trade Area
Greene Street attracts a chic clientele with an abundance of renowned retailers, boutiques, galleries and restaurants. Between West Houston and Prince Street, 136 Greene is subject to a high volume of pedestrians daily.
Excellent Retail Opportunity
136 Greene St. offers 30 feet of storefront on a coveted retail corridor. Built in 1885, it embodies the classic SoHo cast-iron style so many admire. Spanning 7,000 SF over two levels, 136 Greene is currently let to Brunello Cucinelli.