The Prince Building: SoHo Loft Rentals for Architects, Media Firms, Tech Companies & Creative Firms
The Prince Building occupies a busy stretch of Broadway just south of Houston in Manhattan’s SoHo district. The area is home to many retail stores, restaurants and art galleries, as well as prime office space for medium to smaller companies. The Prince Building is a masonry structure with stone facing and cast iron infill. The classically influenced exterior features conservative ornamentation, with the exception of a highly articulated cornice. Its large windows admit plenty of natural light into the interior spaces.
Tenants of the Prince Building include Scholastic, Inc., Bliss Spa and the New York Film Academy. Armani Exchange occupies the ground floor. Floor sizes average 28,000 square feet. Amenities include a renovated and attended lobby, on-site management, 24-hour security, new elevators for both passengers and freight, and a fiber optic cable network. The building is convenient it the B, D, F, M and 6 trains at the Broadway Lafayette station.
|Cross Streets:||Prince Street & Houston||Size:||341,956 SF|
|Year built:||1897||Architect:||George B. Post|