7 SPRING ST in SoHo

SoHo

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The streets of SoHo—filled with shopping activity during the day—are relatively empty in the evening. BUT socialites and night owls: fear not. You can still rent in SoHo and enjoy the nearby nightlife of its surrounding neighborhoods.

Known for its cobblestone streets and cast-iron architecture, the area now known as SoHo was originally farmland. In the late eighteenth century, paved sidewalks literally “paved the way” for homes and establishments.

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Building Mix

  • 26% Pre War
  • 25% Walk-Up
  • 10% Loft Building
  • 9% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 6% Post War
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Descriptions of 7 Spring St

This elevator building features a beautiful marble lobby, closed circuit TV security, air conditioning, oak floor building features a beautiful marble lobby, closed circuit TV security, air conditioning, high-speed Internet access, and a fully equipped laundry room. This building is perfectly situated between Little Italy, Greenwich Village, Chinatown and Tribeca. The best shopping, exciting clubs and wonderful restaurants are all just a step away. All public transportation is only 1 block away. Andrew Goldsmith (Jun 2013)
Located in cozy pre war building in near fabulous nightlight, boutiques, restaurants and transportation (F, M, D, B Spring (6) and Bowery (J, Z) High ceilings 3rd floor walk up. Doug Simone (Oct 2013)
With Whole Foods just 2 blocks away you may not have breakfast at Gitane, Croissants from Ceci Cela, afternoons at Epistrophy, long lazy dinners at Bread or Peasant. You can also easily navigate to Wall Street's Financial District, the Times Square Theater District, Central Park or Midtown Manhattan. Blocks from the BEST indie movie theaters, book stores, art galleries, and small designer boutiques. The building is in the classic tenement style. Jersey Dean-Banks (May 2013)
Very close to transportation and Lombardi's Pizza, Cafe Habana, Balthazar as well as the best shopping, dining and nightlife in Nolita and Soho. Alex Warren (Mar 2014)
In addition, it features an eat-in kitchen, polished hard wooden floors, high ceilings, new appliances and voice intercom. John B. McGriskin (Apr 2014)
Near the 6/J/M/Z/B/D/F trains, delicious restaurants, and some of the best retail shopping the city has to offer. Robert Lewis (Mar 2013)
Plenty of shops, restaurants, bars, etc in the surrounding area. Walking distance to all major trains both express and local. Amazing deal in a wonderful neighborhood. Emile Devaux (Aug 2012)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • J Bowery (0.07 mi)
  • 4 6 5 Spring St (0.2 mi)
  • B D Grand St (0.21 mi)
  • D F B M Broadway - Lafayette St (0.31 mi)
  • R N Q Prince St (0.31 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 20
Floor area: 9345
Year built: 1900

Nearby Schools

Cascades High School
High school
198 FORSYTH STREET
Satellite Academy Hs At Forsythe Street
High school
198 FORSYTH STREET
P.S. 130 Hernando De Soto
Elementary
143 BAXTER STREET
M.S. 131
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
100 HESTER STREET
Pace High School
High school
100 HESTER STREET
Emma Lazarus High School
High school
100 HESTER STREET
High School For Dual Language And Asian Studies
High school
350 GRAND STREET
Lower Manhattan Arts Academy
High school
350 GRAND STREET
Urban Assembly Academy Of Government And Law, The
High school
350 GRAND STREET
New Design High School
High school
350 GRAND STREET
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