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Building: Pickwick House

33 Bethune Street, New York, NY, 10014

24 units6 storiesBuilt in 1930

Building Description

Built in 1886, this 6 story, brick, loft building in historic Greenwich Village, once used as a factory, resides on a a lot measuring 66ft x 100ft. Gustavus Isaacs was the original owner, as well as the architect and builder. Converted to a condominium in 1983, the building known as Pickwick House is comprised of 24 units which over time has been reduced to 22 residences due to a couple unit combinations.... [more]

Building Amenities

  • Elevator
  • Laundry in Building
  • Pets Allowed
  • NYC Storm Zone 3

Building Facts

Facts 24 units6 storiesBuilt in 1930
Building Class R4
District Community District 102City Council District 3Police Precinct 6
Floorplans 11 floorplans available
Sales Listings 1 active sale ($2,379 per ft² avg, $2,950,000 avg price)
1 in contract sale ($2,379 per ft² avg, $2,950,000 avg price)
8 previous sales ($1,884 per ft² avg, $2,661,125 avg price)
Rentals Listings 1 active rental ($84 per ft² avg, $7,900 avg price)
12 previous rentals ($92 per ft² avg, $8,414 avg price)
Architect: Gustavus Isaacs



Sales (1)

#4C - 35 Bethune Street $2,950,000   In Contract
2 beds2 baths1,240 ft²

Rentals (1)

#PHC - 35 Bethune Street $7,900 
4 rooms, 1 bed1 bath, 1 half bath1,122 ft²


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