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SOPHISTICATED & LUXURIOUS
APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE OUTDOOR SPACE

EXCLUSIVE MARKETING BY THE SERHANT TEAM

 

136 West Houston is a brand new development situated at the nexus of Greenwich Village and SoHo. Blending high-end finishes with contemporary open plan layouts, each of the building’s 6 residences epitomize modern city living.

Every residence within 136 West Houston contains 3 bedrooms and private outdoor space. Additional features include floor-to-ceiling windows, Italian Poliform custom kitchens equipped with an eat-in island, custom Poliform closets, high-end appliances from Sub-Zero and bosh, sleek countertops, backsplash, and Hansgrohe shower fixtures. Each residence also features highly sought after views of the MacDougal-Sullivan Garden.

The building is located just three blocks from Washington Square Park and is surrounded by a number of trendy restaurants, cafes, and bars. Carbone, Blue Ribbon Sushi, Dominique Ansel Bakery, Jack’s Wife Freda, and Blue Hill are all not to be missed. The shopping district of SoHo is less than 5 minutes away, as are numerous theaters, galleries, and clubs. Nearby subway lines include the 1/A/C/E/B/D/F/M/6.

 

Exclusive MARKETING BY

RYAN SERHANT
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
ryans@nesteekers.com
646.480.7665

ADAM BERKE
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
adamb@nestseekers.com
415.218.0151

CONTACT US

 

RESIDENTIAL FINISHES & FEATURES

 BUILDING

  • Brand new development composed of 6 residences located in the nexus of Greenwich Village and SoHo

 RESIDENCES

  • Expansive 3 bedroom residences with open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen

  • Each residence features private outdoor space with north and east exposure

  • Each residence features views of the MacDougal-Sullivan Garden

  • The Penthouse residence is a triplex featuring two 80 square foot private balconies, a 155 square foot private terrace, and a 1,600 square foot private roof deck

  • Residence #6 is a duplex featuring three private outdoor spaces totaling 560 square feet

  • Residence #2 features a 1,000 square foot private terrace

  • Florim wooden tile flooring; the highest grade scratch and temperature resistant porcelain

  • Energy efficient central air conditioning and heat

  • Floor-to-ceiling windows with north, east, and south views

  • In-unit LG stacked washer and dryers

 KITCHEN

  • Italian Poliform custom all white open kitchen with eat-in island and stainless steel appliances

  • Sub Zero refrigerator, Bosch range, speed oven, conventional oven, wine cooler, and dishwasher

  • Pure white countertops and backsplash

 BATHROOMS

  • Elegantly designed bathrooms featuring Caesar Stone countertops, Hansgrohe showers, and Duravit toilets

  • Select bathroom floors composed of Calacatta gold porcelain slabs

All measurements are approximate.

 

 

WHERE SOHO MEETS THE VILLAGE

Greenwich Village, often referred to by locals simply as “The Village,” is a largely residential neighborhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan with narrow, curved streets full of historic character and charm. SoHo, whose name is derived from its location “SOuth of HOuston,” is one of Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhoods, and is noted for being home to many artists’ lofts and art galleries, as well for its fine dining and wide variety of shops, including chic boutiques and upscale international stores.

Historically significant, Greenwich Village, known in the late 19th to mid-20th centuries as an artists’ haven and the bohemian capital, played a central role in the writings of Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Truman Capote, and Maya Angelou. Similarly, SoHo was once occupied by artists permitted to live in spaces that did not meet residential building codes. In the ‘80s the neighborhood began to draw affluent residents, and while many of the original pioneering artists remained, SoHo has become a highly desirable location and is now home to some of the most expensive real estate in the country.

Shopping in Greenwich Village and SoHo are two truly unique experiences unmatched anywhere else in the world. The Village is a great place to find the treasure you can’t live without, with its myriad of shoe shops along 8th Street and one-of-a-kind boutiques. Meanwhile, SoHo is New York City’s quintessential quadrant of downtown chic. It’s a popular destination for people seeking fashionable clothing, with its trendy boutiques and upscale designer stores.

Just as impressive as its fashion scene, the food scene in both Greenwich Village and SoHo are unparalleled. Rub shoulders with celebrities at Carbone while enjoying some of the city’s best Italian dishes, or enjoy fresh rolls and sashimi from the world famous Blue Ribbon Sushi just down the block . For fine dining, be sure to reserve a table at Minetta Tavern, Balthazar, David Burke Kitchen, Aquagrill, or Raoul’s. If you favor cocktail bars, Pegu Club and The Dutch are a cocktail connoisseur’s dream, while the rooftop bar Jimmy at The James Hotel offers stunning panoramic views (and a pool in the summertime!)

When the sun is out, historic Washington Square Park is the center and heart of the neighborhood, featuring street musicians and performers, food carts serving dishes of all types, outdoor movies, and local festivals, all in a beautiful, green oasis. When the sun sets, Greenwich Village and SoHo truly come alive, and the choice of nightlife venues is nearly endless. Enjoy stand-up comedy at the world famous Comedy Cellar, jazz at Smalls, or rock n’ roll at The Bitter End, a legendary venue that has been home to artists such as Stevie Wonder, Norah Jones, and Lady Gaga.

With their vibrant selection of shops and restaurants, Greenwich Village and SoHo are two of the most sought after addresses in the city. Celebrities that have called the neighborhood home include Emma Stone, Justin Timberlake, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Welcome to the neighborhood!

Centrally located, Greenwich Village is served by the A, B, C, D, E, F, M, L, 1, 2 and 3 trains and by MTA buses M5, M7, M11, M14 and M20. Transportation to and from SoHo is available by taxi or MTA bus routes M1, M6, M20 and M21, and blue (A, C, E), yellow (N, R, W) and green (6) MTA subway lines. In addition, the red line (1, 2, 3) has stops on both the north and south borders of the neighborhood.

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UNIT

BEDS / BATHS

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MONTHLY RENT

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4 3 / 3 2,022 / 80 $13,750 LISTING | FLOOR PLAN AVAILABLE
6-DUPLEX 3 / 2 2,125 / 560 $19,000 LISTING | FLOOR PLAN RENTED
2 3 / 3 2,022 / 1,000 $15,950 LISTING | FLOOR PLAN APP PENDING
PH  3 / 2  2,250 / 1,915  $22,995 LISTING | FLOOR PLAN AVAILABLE

TEAM

EXCLUSIVE SALES AND MARKETING BY THE SERHANT TEAM

Led by Ryan Serhant, The Serhant Team is a bicoastal real estate brokerage and marketing firm of over 40 agents in Manhattan, Los Angeles, Miami, and the Hamptons, specializing in high-end residential condo and co-op sales and leasing, multi- and single-family homes, new development sales, site acquisitions, and investment sales. The Serhant Team has garnered an excellent reputation and was ranked the #1 residential sales team in The Wall Street Journal’s Real Trends and the Real Deal's 2018 Annual Reports.

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Exclusive Marketing by The Serhant Team

Ryan Serhant | Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
646.480.7665 | ryans@nestseekers.com

Adam Berke | Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
415.218.0151 | adamb@nestseekers.com