29 GREENE STREET
Reconstructed in 2017 to its original design, 29 Greene Street is a cast-iron commercial building located in SoHo's historic district. Initially built in 1878, the building suffered a fire and consequently lost its two top floors. It remained one of the only two-story cast-iron buildings in SoHo for years until developers were granted permission to "recapture the structures original design" by the city's Landmarks Preservation Commission. The Webster, a high-end Miami based boutique and the owners of 29 Green Street, is well known for its exquisite taste in both fashion and interior design, their elevator was no exception. Featuring wall to wall architectural mesh panels, bronze reveals/fronts, and a terrazzo tile floor, with a bronze inlay shaped flamingo (the company's famous logo), which matches the color palette found throughout the boutique. The elevator at 29 Greene Street is effortlessly chic and perfectly captures the ambiance curated by The Webster, from the first-floor to its fifth-floor terrace.