Rarely does a space with a perfect combination of size, proportion, layout, light, and views become available, and this 3 bed, 3.5 bath corner residence is it.
This fabulous loft is appointed with high ceilings, wide planked Oak wood floors, exposed beams, large windows throughout, and 180 degree river to river views. As you enter the residence you are greeted by a wide open hallway leading you to a junction between the kitchen and living room, and the generously appointed bedrooms and bathrooms. The chefs kitchen opens to the large living area and is equipped with 12' foot calacatta marble countertops, Boffi cabinets, and Miele and Subzero appliances. The living room is graced with a working fireplace, and a total of 7 grand windows bathing the room with natural light throughout the day providing the ideal setting for entertaining, or simply gathering together for a delicious meal. The three spacious bedrooms are accessed through hallways ensuring the ultimate privacy. The primary bedroom includes a walk-in closet, and an en suite bathroom with a soaking tub, stall shower, and a dual sink vanity. The additional two bedrooms sit on opposite extremes of the residence, providing separation and an opportunity for flexibility in use.
Built in 1896 for the American Tract Society Company and designed by architect R.H. Robertson in the Beaux-Arts style, 150 Nassau Street was one of the first in New York to use a steel frame and, at the time, was one of the tallest buildings in the city. Now it's a registered historic landmark, part of the Fulton-Nassau Historic District, and was converted in 2002 by Samir Shah into the residence it is today. There are only 4 units per floor and separate elevator banks, plus an on-site underground parking garage, a street-level fitness center, a 24-hour doorman, live-in super and landscaped roof deck with sweeping views of City Hall, the Brooklyn and Williamsburg Bridges, and downtown Manhattan. 150 Nassau is conveniently located across from City Hall Park, in close proximity to the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, R and W subway lines, as well as an assortment of neighborhood restaurants and conveniences. There is an assessment of $840.20 in place until November 2024.