Stone Street

Stone Street is the perfect culmination of architectural modernity and the charming remnants of Dutch New York City. An oasis of tranquility in a sea of industry, the design of Stone Street is intended to spark real human interaction. The possibilities are endless: take a walk through the cobblestone alley, first developed by Dutch colonists in the 1600s, or explore one of the chic eateries, pubs or, taverns that sit quaintly inside the concrete canyon of skyscrapers.


When Goldman Properties first discovered SoHo in the late 1970s, it was a worn and dark manufacturing district. The ironclad and masonry facades were covered behind dirt and grime. Goldman Properties saw through the grit and set forth on its vision to create the most interesting mid-rise neighborhood in Manhattan. From unique restaurants and retail spaces to luxury lofts, Goldman Properties was the catalyst behind what is now the world-class destination Soho, New York.

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