This prime SoHo full-floor, three-bedroom ~2,200-square foot home features soaring 11'+ high ceilings and both southern and northern exposures, located in a historic loft building with elevator. Live-work is allowed.
Enter from your private key-locked elevator and into a large great room, which could also function as a studio or workspace. It is flooded with southern light through three 8-foot tall windows. Walk past your open kitchen and dining area into a bright living room area facing north.
Each of the three bedrooms is whisper-quiet, and there are large double-height closets to fit your storage needs. The loft also features a private laundry room and a very large storage room for your convenience.
With great structure and a functional layout, this loft provides an excellent opportunity to create a unique and individualized home. A second bathroom can be added to the home.
Built in 1885, 64 Grand Street is a seven-story loft building, part of a four-building co-operative. As one of the original loft buildings erected after the Civil War for light manufacturing, it followed the fascinating evolution of the neighborhood into a pioneering district for artists who envisioned the potential of these vaulting spaces first used by the makers of the Industrial Revolution as spaces for creating art. This evolution has continued into the present recognition of these remarkable spaces for residential life for a new generation of makers and creators. This loft has many of the original details of that history including an industrial fire door and is one of the few remaining true artist's lofts.
Located in the historic Cast-Iron District between Wooster Street and West Broadway, enjoy the best of SoHo living with restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and unsurpassed access to public transportation.
There is a monthly capital assessment of $279.00 for exterior work on the building, scheduled to end May 2020.
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