111 4th Avenue Unit: 7-F, New York City, NY 10003
DEAL FELL THRU - BACK ON MARKET! From the moment you open the door to this voluminous one-bedroom loft, you are immediately struck by the sun pouring through huge 10' industrial steel casement windows framing beautiful views of Greenwich Village. With over 13' ceilings, this stunning home has the potential to add on hundreds of lofted square footage by capturing unused space above both the kitchen and bathroom areas. With unbelievable bones, this amazing apartment is primed and ready for your vision (or your architect) to create one of the most luxurious homes in existence downtown. With it's perfect location at the nexus of bustling Union Square, East, West and Greenwich Village, 111 Fourth Avenue is a full service building with amenities including a full-time doorman, resident super, laundry on every floor, storage, bike room, garage, and two amazing planted and furnished roof decks offering sweeping views of the whole city. Originally built in 1920 for The International Tailoring Company, 111 Fourth Avenue continues to echo its industrial past and is perfectly situated blocks from nearly every subway in the city, two blocks from the bi-weekly Farmer's Market at Union Square, and steps from some of the city's best restaurants including Momofuku Ssam and Noodle Bars, ABC Kitchen, Gramercy Tavern, Nix, and Gotham Bar and Grill to name a few. The extraordinarily low monthly maintenance includes thermostat controlled central A/C and heat. Come make this soaring wall of windows your new home! Please note that the building does not permit dogs, parents buying for children, guarantors, and students.
HOA Amenities: Bicycle Storage, Storage Facilities
Other Exterior Features: Building Roof Deck
Sales Price: $895,000
HOA Fees: $1,346
111 4th Avenue Unit: 7-F
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