Originally built in 1857 as a luxurious department store for Arnold, Constable & Company, the Constable was land-marked as part of the Soho Cast Iron District in 1978. Now 150 years later, 53 Howard Street is one of SoHo's most desired addresses. Residence 4E has been meticulously restored revealing original cast-iron columns, exposed brick and soaring ceilings with hewn beams. This newly renovated loft also features wide plank oak floors, a spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a fully-vented washer & dryer, 13 foot ceilings and double-glazed windows. Roughly 980 square feet, this 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom loft faces South allowing natural sunlight to flood the living area and bedroom areas. There's plenty of storage space available with 5 closets and overhead storage in the kitchen. Nestled on a quiet block and within close proximity to the 1, 6, N, R, A, C, E, Q, J, Z, B, D trains. This residence is available for December occupancy. Contact me today to schedule a private viewing.