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652 Broadway #9FLR

Greenwich Village, NYC|$4,199,990

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This is the elusive listing every skilled renovator envisions, a property primed for a career-defining project. Steeped in creative, multi-media history, behold the artist's loft in its most authentic form. Nearly half of the ninth floor has, for years, served invention and artistry of varied modes and...

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This is the elusive listing every skilled renovator envisions, a property primed for a career-defining project. Steeped in creative, multi-media history, behold the artist's loft in its most authentic form. Nearly half of the ninth floor has, for years, served invention and artistry of varied modes and media. The full floor plate flaunts its four corners, effortlessly waving in light from four exposures. To the apartment's rear, Shinbone Alley runs perpendicular, a fact that yields space and uninterrupted light from the east. As fortune would have it, 1 Bond Street, also to the east, stands just six stories. To the west, considered the front under the current configuration, sight lines extend across Houston Street into Soho. Note that wired glass windows may be replaced, and several shareholders have removed safety bars during their renovations.
At the hub of Greenwich Village and NoHo, and one-and-a-half blocks from Soho, number 652 occupies a section of Broadway so uncompressed and at ease as to mimic a side street. It is around the corner from Cafe Angelique, Equinox and the 6 train at Bleecker, which now connects to the renovated Broadway station for the B, D, F, and M lines. For access to all matters of downtown cultural import, the location is unrivaled, as the Public Theatre sits just a few blocks to the north. Count restaurants Lafayette and Gato, as well as Noho institution, Temple Bar, among your neighbors. Constructed in 1908 and converted in 1977, the 17-unit cooperative benefits from two passenger elevators and a freight elevator. The roof deck is versatile with wonderful views, and a lobby of double height, understated and industrial, has already been refinished.
With tax reform now a reality, buyers must consider monthly carrying charges, and this incomparable opportunity delivers maintenance so low as to seem almost an afterthought. Analysis of a current estimate from a world-class craftsman pegs the combined acquisition and renovation costs at barely $1,600 per SF. A masterwork of a bygone era, the possibilities for this spectacular space will be challenged by only the limits of one's imagination.

Floorplan for 652 Broadway #9FLR

Nearby Subways

Bleecker St (Downtown), 0.04 mi.

Bleecker St (Uptown), 0.04 mi.

Broadway, Lafayette, 0.07 mi.

Prince St, 0.13 mi.

8th St, NYU, 0.18 mi.

Astor Pl, 0.20 mi.

Spring St, 0.20 mi.

Key Details

Greenwich Village, NYC
Cooperative
$4,199,990

Maintenance/CC: $3,407
Financing Allowed: 80%
ID: 17329233
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Residence Information

Rooms: 6.0
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.0
Windowed kitchen: Yes
Outdoor space: Roof Garden
Air conditioning: Windowed
Washer and dryer: Yes

Building Information

Period: Pre-War
Building Type: Loft
Roof garden: Yes
Storage available: Yes