Looking to take advantage of current low interest rates? Here is the perfect opportunity to own a two bedroom for under a million (1bed with a second loft bedroom). You can't find that anywhere in NYC.
Built in 1868 as the McCreery Dry Goods Store, the historic Cast Iron Building is a landmark like no other. Designed by noted architect John Kellum and famous for its large Corinthian columns gracing its facade, it converted to residential coop in 1973 and became NYC's first residential conversion of any loft structure.
The famed Cast Iron Building is in the heart of Greenwich Village and steps from Union Square. Close to Trader Joes, Whole Foods, the famous Union Square Farmers Market and plenty of subway lines.
A beautiful south facing duplex loft with dramatic 14' ceilings. Huge rounded windows give you amazing city views and direct sunlight. Many closets and a huge storage area. New city windows keep it pin drop quit and there are new heating/cooling units. Main bedroom has hidden Cast Iron Corinthian column which can be opened to add tremendous appeal to the home.
The building is a full service doorman co-op, with a resident superintendent, a beautifully landscaped roof deck available for private event rentals, common laundry room, bicycle storage ($30/mo), and storage cages available for purchase. New gym in the works!
Pied-a-terres, co-purchases and pets allowed. Flexible subleasing policy after 2years of occupancy.
Listing Agent: Stefani Pace
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman 140 Franklin St
Office Phone: 212.965.6000
Updated: 22nd June, 2017 9:57 PM.
67 East 11th St New York, NY