This classic 2,200SF loft is located right in the heart of Soho's historic Cast Iron district and features grand proportions, soaring ceilings and sense of peace and tranquility that is so hard to find in New York City. A keyed-elevator opens to an impressive gallery that leads to a dramatic and flexible space with 14-foot ceilings, exposed brick walls, and light from enormous windows. There is an open kitchen with center island, 2 mezzanine bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The entire loft is centrally air-conditioned, has a washer-dryer and offers abundant storage space throughout. This rare and authentic home is perfect as-is, or can be transformed into a spectacular architectural showplace.
Built in 1872 as a silk warehouse, 83-85 Grand Street was converted to cooperative in 1976. The building features a brand new automatic elevator, a virtual doorman, solid financials and a permanent Certificate of Occupancy. The building represents one of the finest examples of 19th-century Cast-iron architecture and is located on one of Soho's most historic cobblestone blocks with the neighborhood's best restaurants, cafes, shopping and all modes of public transportation right at your doorstep.