Built in 1900, this classically elegant commercial SoHo building was converted into 27 large luxury condominiums in 2004. Two penthouses were added as well. Apartments, which range in size from 1,200 to 5,200 square feet, have 12-foot ceilings, entrance foyers, Marvin wood-frame windows and white oak floors. Many have balconies and most are corner units. The condominium residence also offers an attended lobby, a roof deck and central A/C. The building's location in the vibrant SoHo/Little Italy/Chinatown neighborhood puts it in the perfect spot for experiencing the city's top restaurants and cafes, luxury shopping, culture and entertainment and just steps from most subway lines.