Instantly feel the warmth and spaciousness of this classic Soho loft the moment you walk into the combined living and dining area, where over-sized, updated double-paned windows wash the room in sun as they soar upward to reach 12-foot ceilings. This thoughtfully renovated, flexible home is perfect for entertaining large groups or an intimate gathering. The space can also be imagined as the perfect live/work studio for the creation of art or photography.
Tucked away on a quiet cobblestone street between Spring and Broome streets, this apartment is truly an authentic SoHo loft at its finest with additional features such as Corinthian cast iron columns, exposed brick, upgraded central air conditioning, a sleeping loft, and two additional sleeping areas with ample storage.
Located in SoHo's Cast-Iron Historic District, the six-story building was originally built in 1881 and features facades of solid brick masonry, decorative stone cladding and cast iron. The building features a renovated lobby with key-accessed elevator, laundry facilities on each floor, 10' x 10' private storage room, and a full-time superintendent. The front door features extra security with a video phone entry system. The building is currently installing a gym.
This amazing location is just steps away from some of New York's most special neighborhoods, including Little Italy, NoHo, Nolita, the Lower East Side and Chinatown. Shopping, entertainment, and restaurants abound in this extraordinary neighborhood which is conveniently located to major subway lines.
This co-op building allows pied-a-terre, gifting, guarantors on a case by case basis, and allows subletting for up to five aggregate years after the third year of ownership.