15 Mercer Street

SoHo Manhattan NY 10013

Building Amenities

  • Elevator Building
  • Pet Friendly

Building Description

"The building and residences retain the authenticity of its historic character through careful preservation and restoration of original wooden beams, cast iron columns, floor to ceiling windows and exposed brick, combining all modern comforts and amenities while preserving the authenticity of historic industrial heritage. Spaces have been carefully planned to maximize functionality and enhance the living experience, with the highest grade materials and appliances complimenting the restored historic character of the building. 1863 Cobble Stone street with vintage lighting Refinished historic limestone facade 6 Story building Elevator building Storage rooms available for tenants Location. 1 block away A/C/E, 4 blocks away 6, 2 blocks away J/M/Z, 3 blocks away. Exposed Brick and sandblasted to clean rustic finish Ceilings. Building was built in 1863 as the New York Soldier's Depot. Transportation. "
Ike Njoku (Jun 2011)

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Line Station Walk Distance
J N Q R Z 6 Canal St 2 min 0.08 mi
A C E Canal St 4 min 0.16 mi
1 Canal St 5 min 0.24 mi
1 Franklin St 6 min 0.26 mi
6 Spring St 7 min 0.3 mi
N R Prince St 8 min 0.34 mi
C E Spring St 8 min 0.35 mi
B D F M Broadway-Lafayette St 10 min 0.43 mi
J Z Bowery 10 min 0.46 mi
B D Grand St 11 min 0.49 mi

Nearby Buildings

Units Built
16 Greene Street 12 1920
5 Mercer Street 9 1910
8 Greene Street 5 1915
20 Greene Street 10 1915
25 Mercer Street 5 2016

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Grades Walk
P.S. 003 Charrette School PK - 5 19 min
J.H.S. 104 Simon Baruch 6 - 8 34 min


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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