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The Corcoran Group’s Scott Stewart Takes Over at 74 Grand Street

The Corcoran Group today announced that Scott Stewart, one of New York City’s top luxury brokers, has taken over the sales of the four available modern loft conversions at 74 Grand Street from CORE Real Estate. Interested buyers can live in a piece of history; the original
cast iron facade of the building was built in 1885 and received the 2022 Preservation Award given by the New York Landmarks Conservancy.
From the first moment you step foot in the lobby, it is apparent that 74 Grand Street is a special place. The modern graphic light installation hints at what’s to come when you step off the elevator into the open floor plan of any of the full-floor units. Each loft has great rooms with ceilings that range from 10’ to an eye-opening 15’. The wide white oak flooring and the flood of sunlight beaming in from the floor-to-ceiling landmarked double-sash windows emit a warmth that makes you feel instantly at home. 

The units range from one to three bedrooms, with unique and thoughtful layouts. Units  two and four are three-bedroom, four-bathroom homes with an entirely new duplex structure built into the loft’s bedroom wing. Upstairs the primary suite uses the entire building width for a spacious bedroom and walk-in closet. The second and third bedrooms are downstairs, along with two bathrooms and a multi-purpose room, for a home office or even a kid’s playroom. The fifth-floor loft has two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths.
And the sixth-floor grand penthouse, which crowns the building, is a one-bedroom unit with a home office and two bathrooms, along with more than 1,100 square feet of outdoor space with a private rooftop deck with an outdoor kitchen and inspiring views.
Known for his passion and success in finding his buyers their ideal home, Stewart has amassed over $1.6B in career sales. On his takeover, he remarked, “I am honored to be working with this unique building. It’s rare to see brand new condominiums in this area, and 74 Grand is one of the most exciting boutique new developments in the last ten years. Every aspect of this building and design is incredibly thought-out and creative! I’ve never seen three-bedroom floorplans like this before. Buyers will love the open space and the natural light and will be pleasantly surprised with the serenity of each space, even while living in the heart of SoHo.”
74 Grand, at Grand Street and Wooster Street, is the perfect neighborhood for buyers looking for a vibrant lifestyle. World-class shopping at stores like Byredo, Polène, and Saint Laurent, along with signature dining establishments Balthazar, Rubirosa, and La Esquina, are within walking distance. The many art galleries and live music venues mean there is always something new to experience. So much of what defines New York City is right at your doorstep.

The units are priced between $4.75M to $6.995M, and occupancy is expected during the first quarter of 2023. For more information about the building and its amenities, please contact Scott Stewart at

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