225 Lafayette Street, New York, New York, 10012

225 Lafayette Street Apt: 7-D
New York NY 10012

Cross street:Broome Street

Building

Type:Loft
Era:Post-war
Floors:15

Property

Ownership: Condo
Rooms: 5
Bedrooms: 2 BR
Bathrooms: 2.5
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $3,525,000
Annual Taxes: $2,576
Real estate tax: $2,318
Financing Allowed: 90%
Minimum down: $352,500
587 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017
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Courtesy of Compass

Description

Pre-war Two Bedroom Condo in SoHo/NoLita Situated at the crossroads of Soho and Nolita, this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom loft boasts approximately 2,047 square feet. Special features include a gracious corner living room/dining room with an open Chef’s kitchen complete with a center island, Varenna cabinets, and high-end appliances that include: a Bosch stove, Subzero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher. Off the entry foyer are three generous closets and a half bathroom. The South wing is comprised of the master suite featuring a generous walk-in closet, en-suite bath with a separate shower, double vanities, and an en-suite separate windowed office/study with Eastern exposure. The apartment features 10’ ceilings, ample storage, and a washer/dryer. Built in 1924, this beaux-arts condominium, originally designed by renowned architect, Cass Gilbert, whose notable work includes the legendary Woolworth Building, comprises of 40 residences. Once home to The East River Savings Bank and later the original headquarters for Mad Magazine, the property was converted to a condominium in 2004. Residents of 225 Lafayette have access to such amenities as: 24-hour concierge service and a private, planted and furnished roof terrace with panoramic city views. Conveniently located near eclectic boutique shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and subway lines: R,W,B,D,F,M,6. Located at the crossroads of Soho and Nolita, Residence 7D at 225 Lafayette Street is a thoroughly upgraded and elevated 2 bed, 2.5 bath with a windowed home office. At 2,047 SF, it is the largest two bedroom layout in the building. This sought after pre-war condominium features white glove service and a beautifully landscaped common roof deck overlooking downtown Manhattan. Lined in ebony-stained floors, the open-concept living/dining room is excellent for entertaining and the oversized tilt and turn windows frame views over Spring Street. The bright Chef’s kitchen is totally transformed with a massive island, Varenna cabinets, and top-of-the-line appliances, exceeding the typical sponsor finishes. A hallway off of the foyer creates privacy between the living area and primary bedroom/study, and includes three generously sized closets, a washer/dryer, and a powder room. The primary bedroom wing is a separate retreat from the rest of the home. Featuring nine windows and an abundance of storage, the well-designed layout accommodates multiple sitting areas, a king sized bed, a spa-like bathroom, custom built-ins, a walk-in closet, and a private study. Custom overhead lighting lines the sprawling bedroom, creating a gallery-like feel. The expansive South-facing second bedroom is also upgraded with uniquely designed curved walls, a renovated en-suite bathroom with Swiss fixtures and a double-door closet outfitted with built-in storage. The Spring Condominium is a notable study of Beaux-Arts architecture and former home to the Italian Savings Bank. Cass Gilbert, the distinguished architect whose portfolio includes the Woolworth Building, designed this 12-story landmark in 1923 and it was converted to a condominium in 2005. Amenities include a full-time doorman, full-time superintendent, and a recently renovated landscaped common roof deck with stunning 360 degree city views. The building is located moments from transportation, a variety of shopping options across Soho, Nolita and Noho including Whole Foods, and Elizabeth Street Public Garden.

Amenities

Roof Deck; Private Storage;

  • Washer Dryer
  • Concierge
  • Elevator
  • Roof Deck

Neighborhood

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Pre war Two Bedroom Condo in SoHo NoLita Situated at the crossroads of Soho and Nolita, this 2 bedroom, 2.

Description

Pre-war Two Bedroom Condo in SoHo/NoLita Situated at the crossroads of Soho and Nolita, this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom loft boasts approximately 2,047 square feet. Special features include a gracious corner living room/dining room with an open Chef’s kitchen complete with a center island, Varenna cabinets, and high-end appliances that include: a Bosch stove, Subzero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher. Off the entry foyer are three generous closets and a half bathroom. The South wing is comprised of the master suite featuring a generous walk-in closet, en-suite bath with a separate shower, double vanities, and an en-suite separate windowed office/study with Eastern exposure. The apartment features 10’ ceilings, ample storage, and a washer/dryer. Built in 1924, this beaux-arts condominium, originally designed by renowned architect, Cass Gilbert, whose notable work includes the legendary Woolworth Building, comprises of 40 residences. Once home to The East River Savings Bank and later the original headquarters for Mad Magazine, the property was converted to a condominium in 2004. Residents of 225 Lafayette have access to such amenities as: 24-hour concierge service and a private, planted and furnished roof terrace with panoramic city views. Conveniently located near eclectic boutique shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and subway lines: R,W,B,D,F,M,6. Located at the crossroads of Soho and Nolita, Residence 7D at 225 Lafayette Street is a thoroughly upgraded and elevated 2 bed, 2.5 bath with a windowed home office. At 2,047 SF, it is the largest two bedroom layout in the building. This sought after pre-war condominium features white glove service and a beautifully landscaped common roof deck overlooking downtown Manhattan. Lined in ebony-stained floors, the open-concept living/dining room is excellent for entertaining and the oversized tilt and turn windows frame views over Spring Street. The bright Chef’s kitchen is totally transformed with a massive island, Varenna cabinets, and top-of-the-line appliances, exceeding the typical sponsor finishes. A hallway off of the foyer creates privacy between the living area and primary bedroom/study, and includes three generously sized closets, a washer/dryer, and a powder room. The primary bedroom wing is a separate retreat from the rest of the home. Featuring nine windows and an abundance of storage, the well-designed layout accommodates multiple sitting areas, a king sized bed, a spa-like bathroom, custom built-ins, a walk-in closet, and a private study. Custom overhead lighting lines the sprawling bedroom, creating a gallery-like feel. The expansive South-facing second bedroom is also upgraded with uniquely designed curved walls, a renovated en-suite bathroom with Swiss fixtures and a double-door closet outfitted with built-in storage. The Spring Condominium is a notable study of Beaux-Arts architecture and former home to the Italian Savings Bank. Cass Gilbert, the distinguished architect whose portfolio includes the Woolworth Building, designed this 12-story landmark in 1923 and it was converted to a condominium in 2005. Amenities include a full-time doorman, full-time superintendent, and a recently renovated landscaped common roof deck with stunning 360 degree city views. The building is located moments from transportation, a variety of shopping options across Soho, Nolita and Noho including Whole Foods, and Elizabeth Street Public Garden.

Amenities

Roof Deck; Private Storage;

  • Washer Dryer
  • Concierge
  • Elevator
  • Roof Deck

Neighborhood

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