Open House by Appointment Only * (Sunday, July 26th 12-1pm). * Please schedule in advance due to the pandemic. **
Welcome to the Cast Iron Building, one of the most iconic buildings in Greenwich Village. Built in 1868, it was originally the home of the James McCreery Dry Goods store. In 1973 it became one of the city's first major cast-iron building cooperative residential conversions, adding several floors at the top. 67 E 11th Street consists of 144 apartments no two of which are identical. The large, arched windows, interior Corinthian cast-iron columns, and the original high ceiling dimensions were retained, resulting in dramatic spaces throughout.
Penthouse 709 is a sun-drenched, south-facing 1 bedroom duplex with jaw-dropping views of the Freedom Tower and of downtown. The front door enters into a beautiful open kitchen with a breakfast bar, plenty of cabinet space, and stainless steel appliances.
The bright living room has wide, ultra-quiet windows with cinematic open views. The windowed space also offers plenty of wall-space with multiple design options to create your ideal living room layout. The spacious bathroom has a full-size tub and a linen closet with ample storage.
Head upstairs via a solid wrought iron and hardwood staircase that leads to the king-sized bedroom which features a wall of closets and floor to ceiling sliding windows that offer direct access to an expansive private roof terrace - perfect for relaxing, entertaining and urban gardening.
The Cast Iron Building is a full service, pre-war doorman building. Pet-friendly and welcoming, it is conveniently located steps away from Union Square, Washington Square Park, Whole Foods, Trader Joes, and a host of fine dining and shopping that makes living downtown so desirable. With on-site laundry facilities, a landscaped common roof deck, storage units, bike room, and a live-in super, this choice for your new home certainly leaves little to be desired.