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587 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017
Courtesy of Stephen P. Wald Real Estate Associates


565 Broadway Apt: 2
New York NY 10012
Cross street:Spring Street




Ownership: Co-op
Rooms: 10
Bedrooms: 5 BR
Bathrooms: 4.5
Pets: Pets Allowed


Price: $7,500,000
Maintenance: $7,326.05
Financing Allowed: 80%
Minimum down: $1,500,000

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Recently featured in The New Yorker Magazine

An outstanding opportunity to own and personalize an exceptionally gracious and dramatic 5000 square foot full floor space (50' x 100') with a bonus of an additional 1500 sf mezzanine.
Located in the 1860 Prince Tower Building on the prime SoHo corner of Prince Street and Broadway in the SoHo Historical Cast Iron District, this loft is truly the last evidence of the original artistic loft reminiscent of the late 1980's that simply no longer exists.
It features an awe-inspiring ceiling height of 17 feet with exposed brick vault detailing, dramatic 12 foot tall windows, stunning cast iron Corinthian columns, and the original Italian Carrara marble floors which were once the highlight in the luxury showroom (before it became a residence) which rivalled Tiffany's in the early 19th Century.
Characteristic of the architecture for this time, this loft is proportioned to scale in every way and there are almost no structural support walls.
Don't miss this incredible chance to merge your own personal history against a classic masterpiece that can never be replicated.
Please note: The asking price of $7,500,000 is negotiable.


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