Central Soho 1268sf loft condo is very quiet, has two interior bedrooms, 1.5 baths and an open kitchen. The layout has a comfortable flow for living and entertaining. The oversized windows and soaring 11' ceilings create a bright space even though views are interior. Two HVAC units for cooling and heat. Elevator and part time super with basement storage assigned to this unit. Assessment of $128.04 in addition to posted common charges.
The building is a 6-story commercial building completed in 1908 and later converted into residences and retail. Designed by Frederick Fabel as a light manufacturing building for Gillis & Geoghegan, a steam heating company. G&G moved out and were replaced by United Brush Manufactories in 1921, whose gold-lettered signage is still attached to the facade above the second floor. The facade is clad in grey brick, with three banded brick piers dividing it into two sections of four bays each, and is topped by a black metal roof cornice. The building was converted to condominiums in 1983.