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299 West 12th Street is one of the West Village’s premier pre-war condominiums. Built in 1931, the building was designed by the prolific architect Emery Roth. This 16-story building has its own character and charm, perfect for the neighborhood. The building was converted into residential living in 1986 and is now is home to 187 apartments. While the building mainly features studios and one-bedrooms, over the years combinations have created some two-bedroom and larger apartments. Being a pre-war condominium, prices for units in this building are well above the average for other one-bedrooms in the area, due to the restrictions on new construction in the West Village.
Built in 1927, this 16-story red brick building makes luxury a priority. Designed by Schwartz & Gross, it was originally the Mark Hotel; however, it was closed for two years for renovations and re-opened in 2008. While the lower floors remain a hotel, the building now contains 118 hotel rooms and 42 apartments. Units range in size from one to six bedrooms.
Built in 1923, La Bourgogne is a handsome pre-war light-beige brick building with a beautiful wood-paneled lobby. Named after a restaurant that was formerly housed at this location, this 15-story condominium was converted in 1984 and is located on Manhattan's Upper East Side. The building is home to 146 apartments, which range in size from studios to four bedrooms.
155 East 49th Street is an exceptional 1924 Pre War Luxury Co-op with Style and Sophistication for those with Discriminating Taste, containing 74 apartments, which range from studios to one bedrooms. You have 24 Hour Doorman and Elevator Attendant for your convenience and are located in the Heart and next to all the best Manhattan has to offer. Across from the Waldorf Astoria you are steps from everything; Rockefeller Plaza, Museums, The Opera, Many of New York's Best Restaurants and Designer Stores an Shopping, and all subways including Grand Central Station with quick access to the 59th Street Bridge and Midtown Tunnel as well as just a short drive across town to the Lincoln Tunnel giving you outstanding convenience to all the surrounding airports.
The Silk Building located at 14 East 4th Street in Greenwich Village Manhattan is a renowned landmarked building built in 1908 than later converted in 1987 into12 floors and 55 stunning loft condominium residences. Looking at any angle of the Silk Condominium one immediately knows they are looking at a special Italian-Renaissance structure whose building is rich in architectural detail throughout. With an exquisite four columns entrance, a stunning lobby and detail rich cornice adorning the exterior, it is an elegant building that is an enjoyment to see. These residences boast large spacious loft layouts, high beamed ceilings with large oversized windows, hardwood floors throughout and many are with fireplace. Well appointed kitchens and baths feature the finest finishes and appliances. Master bedrooms are large and spacious with large oversized windows. Few floor plans are multi level duplex living and the Penthouses boast wonderful terraces with one Penthouse as a triplex floorplan and another extraordinary Penthouse further boasting a stunning luxurious quadruplex floorplan
152 Franklin Street known as The Pastene Building condominium is, circa 1891 built, and is a exquisite Pre-war brick and timber constructed loft building. These lofts and building exemplify true downtown historic Tribeca loft dream living and as such each floor has been tailored to owner’s specific desire. You will find all the classic details of the past throughout, with large cast iron columns and original brick walls, large oversized windows, wood burning fireplace, spacious dining areas, large open floor plans that are married with the luxuries of today. These spaces make magnificent and unique homes and large-scale entertaining spaces filled with people’s dreams and visions. Prime Tribeca location that has you close to transportation, restaurants and parks, close to the Holland Tunnel and walking distance from the Hudson River Waterfront.
The Atalanta Condominium located at 25 North Moore Street is on one of the most prestigious blocks in Tribeca rich in Manhattan history. Today the Atalanta Condominium is a17 floor, 60 unit apartment building condominium that was originally built in 1924 and converted in 2000. After the buildings conversion there were three lofts per floor that range in size from approximately 1,900 to 2,926 square feet and two sprawling penthouses duplexes with terraces, one duplex of approximately 4,500 square feet and the second approximately 5,100 square feet with a 400 square foot terrace. The upper floors afford the residents Panoramic views of much of Manhattan’s prized skyline including views west and south of the Hudson River, stunning sunsets and dusk views, Freedom Tower, Financial Center, and northern views of the icon Chrysler, and Empire State buildings and much more. Features and amenities include 24 hour Doorman, Pre-war details, large oversized windows, spectacular views from upper floors, basement storage, intercom, and roof deck.
The American Thread Building condominium located 260 West Broadway in Tribeca Manhattan is a wonderfully historic Pre-war building built in 1894, deep with unique architectural detail and history. The American Thread Building condominium was converted into a residential condominium consisting of 11 floors and 52 apartments in 1983. With a sophisticated and exquisitely restored tiled entryway, standing in front of the building gives one the feeling of awh and admiration of the detail and level of work in the granite columns, black iron gates and mosaic tile. With its broad and very impressive facades curve from Beach Street into West Broadway, its arched windows on its first floor and the first two floors have broad white limestone banding against the red brick further capped with white limestone rich in detail work to look like crown molding make all stop and take notice. With far more detail that’s too much to list here.The apartments feature spacious and unique loft like floor plans, high ceilings large oversized windows that are renovated to the finest of today’s finishes, modern appliances and latest technology.
The Ice House condominium is a highly coveted loft building located at 27 North Moore Street and situated on one of Tribeca Manhattan’s most prestigious blocks where the building and its location share a rich pre-war history. Part of the exquisite architecture and notable features of the building are the pre-war details that remains today in the iron and metal marquees that span the old loading bays along the bases of both the front and rear of the building. These cast-iron piers and supporting horizontal beams frame openings between brick piers giving the warm and inviting yet distinct look of The Ice House condominium. On the North Moore street side a step-up entrance leads to the first floor level.
Premier Tribeca lofts and building is the best way to describe the Tribeca Summit Condominium. Tribeca Summit located at 415 Greenwich Street in North Tribeca Manhattan’s historic district is a highly prized jewel. The building and this location highly coveted and sought after part of Historic district for many reasons. With its cobblestone streets, rich in character, detail and craftsmanship of era gone by, Tribeca Summit was originally built 1913 then converted in 2006 to 10 Floors 65 loft apartments. Between Hubert and Laight Streets it’s a Prize. Today the Tribeca Summit condominium is considered by many among some of New York City's best elegant buildings known for its very fine and large cornice and its classic architecture with granite and limestone façade, that is definitely on level with many of the city’s best pre-war apartment buildings.
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