Located in one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in Manhattan -- at the nexus of Greenwich Village, SoHo, and Noho -- and in one of its most unique buildings in the neighborhood, exists this dynamic and unique, loft-like, multi-level abode with one of the most coveted features a New Yorker could desire: A rare, enormous, private terrace/patio, elevated above the glass-enclosed, tree-filled atrium and landscaped courtyard of Bleecker Court. Garden to your heart's content or just enjoy the sway of the trees and the sound of birdsong when you awake. Entertain your nearest and dearest and with cocktails and home-cooked meals in your own, private outdoor living room. This mini-loft, with a unique, flexible layout; double-height windows; and 11-foot-high ceilings has the feel of a swanky, modern house combined with all the comforts of a a full service, doorman building. Enter on the first level of this home to find the renovated, galley kitchen, replete with gleaming stainless steel appliances, blond wood cabinets, black granite countertops and a pass-through, and the renovated bathroom, with marble and ceramic tiles. Also on the first level is a generous dining alcove, which could also be a bedroom, if so desired. Up a few steps is the second level of the apartment, featuring soaring, high ceilings, a sleeping loft big enough for a queen- or king-size mattress, a living room, and a home office with recessed lights. (If desired, a queen-sized bed can fit under the sleeping/storage loft.) The building laundry is on every the floor. The lobby has a planted atrium on one side and a planted courtyard on the other side. The private patio of this apartment overlooks both. The coop board will consider, case by case, the following: Pieds-a-terre, co-purchasing, parents buying for adult children, gifting, and guarantors. Subletting is permitted with the approval of the board. Washer/dryers are not permitted in the unit. There is a 3% capital contribution to the coop paid by the buyer. The building is pet-friendly and is moments away from the B, D, F, M, J, 6, N, and R subway lines, fine dining, great shops, and food stores.
Courtesy of Lisa Garey