Neighborhood

Soho is one of New York City’s earliest landmark districts, defined by cast-iron and masonry loft buildings with large windows. These buildings were built primarily as manufacturing centers during the latter half of the 19th century, when the only alternatives to natural light were candles and oil lamps. The size of the windows allowed light to penetrate deep within, which was ideal for work and safety conditions—and, later, for artists and residents.

In addition to steel details that evoke cast iron, 150 Wooster incorporates handmade bricks, Indiana limestone and traditional hand-laid masonry techniques for a building that honors the established character of the neighborhood yet retains a modern sensibility. It is situated on the best block in Soho (between Houston and Prince), on a quiet stretch with easy access to Washington Square Park, the West Village, Nolita and Noho.

1

VESUVIO PLAYGROUND

101 Thompson St.
2

JUDD FOUNDATION

99 Spring St.
3

TEAM GALLERY

83 Grand St.
4

THE DRAWING CENTER

35 Wooster St.
5

WALTER DE MARIA'S "THE BROKEN KILOMETER"

73 Wooster St.
6

WALTER DE MARIA'S "THE EARTH ROOM"

141 Wooster St.
7

POLTRONA FRAU

147 Wooster St.
8

CHANEL

139 Spring St.
9

CÉLINE

67 Wooster St.
10

LOUIS VUITTON

116 Greene St.
11

APPLE

103 Prince St.
12

EQUINOX

69 Prince St.
13

DEAN & DELUCA

560 Broadway
14

BALTHAZAR

80 Spring St.
15

THE MERCER KITCHEN

99 Prince St.
16

OMEN

113 Thompson St.
17

LAUDRÉE

398 West Broadway
18

RAOUL'S

180 Prince St.