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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... [more]

Highlights

  • dogs Cats and Dogs Allowed This highlight has been verified by StreetEasy
  • elevator Elevator This highlight has been verified by StreetEasy
  • full_time_doorman Full-time Doorman This highlight has been verified by StreetEasy

Building Amenities

  • Live-in Super
Outdoor Space
  • Roof Deck

Building Facts

Facts 15 storiesBuilt in 1909
Floorplans 64 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 5 documents and permits
 
Sales Listings 2 active sales ($1,991 per ft² avg, $4,045,000 avg price)
40 previous sales ($1,610 per ft² avg, $2,855,375 avg price)
37 previous rentals ($78 per ft² avg, $10,571 avg price)
 
Owned by: 60 SPRING STREET, LLC
Architect: Ismael Leyva Architects
Interiors: Tsao & McKown

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Sales (2)

#8D - 225 Lafayette Street $4,295,000  
6 rooms, 2 beds2 baths, 1 half bath2,032 ft²
#7D - 225 Lafayette Street $3,795,000  
5.5 rooms, 2 beds2 baths, 1 half bath2,032 ft²

Nearby

Transportation

Subways

6 at Spring St under 500 feet

N R at Prince St 0.14 miles

B D F M at Broadway-Lafayette St 0.22 miles

J Z at Bowery 0.23 miles

6 at Bleecker St 0.28 miles

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