96 & 98 Greene Street
Conversion to residential lofts on the upper floors of two five-story, store and loft buildings totaling 24,000sf in the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District.
96 Greene Street was designed by Henry Fernbach, Architect, in a Classical Style and constructed in 1880 with a cast iron facade.
98 Greene Street was designed by Charles Mettam, Architect, in a Classical Style with neo-Grec details and constructed in 1879 with a cast iron facade. It is identical to 102 Greene Street (see below).
The buildings were combined, a new elevator and egress core installed, the exteriors conserved and the interiors converted to 10 residential lofts, including the addition of set-back one-story penthouses.
Landmarks Preservation Commission approval.