110 Greene Street, New York, NY

The SoHo Building

The SoHo Building, located at 110 Greene Street, is a unique office building, offering commercial space for creative and cutting-edge firms. At the epicenter of SoHo, on Greene Street between Prince and Spring Streets, the building provides its tenants access to the best shopping, restaurants, and nightlife in Manhattan, as well as access to 11 subway lines. A 13-story, 295,000-square-foot, Class A office building, 110 Greene Street has four exposures and frontages on both Greene and Mercer Streets. Built as two structures by Charles “Broadway” Rouse, a noted New York City merchant, the Mercer Street building was completed in 1908 and the Greene Street building in 1920. Years later these two buildings were joined to make up what is now the SoHo Building.

A rare early skyscraper in the cast iron district, the SoHo Building offers fantastic views and unparalleled natural light on its upper stories. The building also features high ceilings, open floorplates and historic details throughout. The largest surviving collection of cast iron buildings in the world, the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District was reclaimed from light industrial and warehouse use in the 1950s and 1960s by the artists associated with Pop and Abstract movements in American Art.  As galleries moved to Chelsea, chic boutiques, creative industries and stylish hotels moved in, making the neighborhood a draw for locals and international visitors alike. The term “SoHo effect” refers globally to the rejuvenation of a compact older district in or near a city’s center.

The SoHo Building itself is not cast iron, but rather a steel-framed skyscraper in a highly modified Colonial Revival style on Greene Street and late Beaux Arts on Mercer Street. The merchant Charles Rouse, who took the middle name of “Broadway” to honor the street where he built his first department store, was an entrepreneur who moved to New York from Virginia after the Civil War, which had bankrupted him. After a stint in debtor’s prison, he made good on his debt by reselling auctioned goods – the E-Bay of its time.  His department store was one of the most lavish of the 19th century, selling “everything calculated to make a man fashionable, a lady irresistible and a family comfortable” with goods and fashions coming from as far away as Japan.

Surrounded by boutiques that Rouse would no doubt admire, the SoHo Building offers an atmospheric yet practical location for a broad range of creative tenants. Its namesake would be delighted to see that 110 Greene Street still sets the standards for the neighborhood and New York.

Building Features

Boutique building in heart of Soho

Loft-like finishes featuring wood and polished concrete floors

Exposed ceilings

Exposed brick

Open layouts

Eclectic fine art on display throughout building

Common area WiFi

Extended HVAC hours

Cafe in building

Shared tenant conference room

Communal Rooftop

Wired Certified Gold

LEED GOLD- certified

Major Tenants

UNTUCKit

Birkenstock

Leanplum Inc

Anne Fontaine

Il Makiage

DeVialet

Design Within Research, Inc. (retail)

Journelle (retail)

Mackage (retail)

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January 2020
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300
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Contact Information

Leasing Agents

Elliot Karp
Leasing Associate
SL Green Realty Corp.
(212) 356-4106
Jeremy Bier
Vice President
SL Green Realty Corp.
(212) 216-1722
Lawrence Swiger
Senior Vice President
SL Green Realty Corp.
(212) 216-1628
Brett Herschenfeld (retail only)
Managing Director
SL Green Realty Corp.
(212) 216-1670
Harrison Sitomer
Vice President
SL Green Realty Corp.
(212) 216-1711
Sonya Ruddy
Retail Leasing Associate
(212) 216-1788

Property Management

Patrick Calcagno
Vice President, Portfolio Manager
SL Green Realty Corp.
(212) 356-4164
Erica Checchia
Property Manager
SL Green Realty Corp.
(212) 929-4209

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