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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. The elevator building has a laundry area on each floor and pets are welcome. Nearby you will find the Saturday Greenmarket at Abindgdon Square, The Hudson River Park, Highline Park and the Meat Packing District. Some of NYC’s best restaurants, cafes and boutiques are just steps away. The 1,2,3 and L subway lines are also conveniently located.

Description provided by Kris Sylvester

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 9 floorplans available
8 previous sales ($1,884 per ft² avg, $2,661,125 avg price)
12 previous rentals ($92 per ft² avg, $8,414 avg price)
Architect: Gustavus Isaacs


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