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9 Barrow St. 6F, New York, NY 10014

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$1,250,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Greenwich Village Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$2,588 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets

Sill available! Welcome to 9 Barrow Street, apartment 6F at The Hallanan Cooperative apartment in the heart of the West Village, right off Sheridan Square at the corner of West 4th Street. This gracious corner home has grand main room with eight over-sized windows with striking open views to the north of the Empire State Building and to the West over Sheridan Square. The barrel-vaulted ceilings, a reminder of the building's commercial history, are 10'8" and make quite an impression in this cheerful and luminous space. The windowed kitchen off the living room includes a Gaggenau cooktop, new convection microwave oven, Miele dishwasher and full size refrigerator. The hardwood floors have recently been beautifully refinished.

The entry foyer has two closets, and the long gallery is perfect for your art and photos. The bedroom comfortably fits a Queen bed. The building installed new energy-efficient windows in 2020 and the facade has been magnificently restored. This pet-friendly building has a doorman (8am-Midnight), laundry room on every floor and a resident superintendent. Subletting, co-purchasing, guarantors, gifts, and pieds-a-terre are allowed.

Located within the Greenwich Village Historic District, this iconic loft building was originally built in 1897 for Michael Hallahan, a blacksmith who was a successful manufacturer of horseshoes who invented rubberized pads to prevent horses from slipping on ice and cobblestones. The building housed printing businesses and was converted to residential use in 1985.

The Hallahan is convenient to New York University, off-Broadway Theatres, jazz and music clubs and numerous restaurants, including one of the city's most beautiful places to dine, One If by Land, Two if By Sea, located two doors down in an 1830's carriage house. Easy subway access: one block away is the Christopher Street station of the #1 and the West 4th Street station of the A, B, C, D, E, F, M is three blocks away.

Next store at #15, currently the Barrow Street Ale House, was the legendary Cafe Bohemia in the 1950's where many jazz greats performed and recorded live records. Also famous for music history was Cafe Society in a building across the street, where Billie Holiday performed "Strange Fruit" for the first time in 1939. At the other end of this Barrow Street block is Greenwich House, which opened its doors in 1903 as a community center, and pioneered afterschool programs, nursery schools, day care and arts and music programs. Still going strong, it houses the Greenwich House Theater which offers public performances as does the music school.

Music is still quite alive in the neighborhood with the Village Vanguard (1935), Arthur's Tavern (1937) and Marie's Crisis Cafe which first opened as a speakeasy in 1929 during prohibition and bills itself as "the world's only acoustic sing-along showtunes piano bar." Adjacent to 9 Barrow Street is the Stonewall National Monument and Bob Dylan's first regular New York address was at nearby 161 West 4th Street. Whether you relish the current lifestyle or indulge in the rich history, there's so much to appreciate at this extraordinary location. Showings are by appointment.

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