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Building: SPRING

225 Lafayette Street, New York, NY, 10012
15 storiesBuilt in 1909

Building Description

Built in 1927 by famed architect Cass Gilbert, 225 Lafayette overlooks the City Hall Park and stands today among the elite of SoHo/NoHo residences. Foreign investments converted this 14-story former East River Savings Bank Building into 40 beautiful residences and 12,000sq ft of retail space in 2004. A rooftop penthouse with a wrap-around terrace was added in the conversion. Modern residences range in size from one to three bedrooms with sleek and sophisticated styling that reflects the neighborhood’s fusion of fashion, design, entertainment with a downtown vibe. Apartments have high ceilings, large walk-in closets and state-of-the-art kitchens with topnotch cabinets, appliances and counters. Master baths include Kohler fixtures with deep, two-person soaking tubs.

Residents have amenities such as a 24-hour concierge, a private roof deck and basement storage. 225 Lafayette Street is close to many great shops, restaurants and night life in NoHo neighborhood.

Description provided by Brandon Trentham

Building Amenities

  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Live-in Super
Outdoor Space
  • Roof Deck

Building Facts

Facts 15 storiesBuilt in 1909
Floorplans 22 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 58 documents and permits
 
32 previous sales ($1,498 per ft² avg, $2,830,781 avg price)
Rentals Listings 2 active rentals ($87 per ft² avg, $17,400 avg price)
28 previous rentals ($77 per ft² avg, $10,660 avg price)
 
Owned by: 60 SPRING STREET, LLC
Architect: Ismael Leyva Architects
Interiors: Tsao & McKown

Rentals - 2 active

$25,000  
 
3 beds
2 baths, 1 half bath
3,208 ft²
$9,800 
 
5 rooms, 2 beds
2 baths, 1 half bath
1,547 ft²

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