NYC - SoHo: 20 Greene Street
20 Greene Street, part of the longest continuous row (10 to be exact) of iron-front buildings anywhere, was built in 1880 by Samuel Warner. In 1993 it was converted into commercial condos, and offers a first floor rental space for performances and exhibitions. The 45,000 square-foot landmark cast-iron building located between Grand and Canal streets quickly sold out 10 JLWQA lofts and two commercial lofts.
SoHo Cast-Iron District National Historic Register #78001883