Building: 250 Mercer Street in Greenwich Village
103 floorplans available
Built in 1986
With 275 units on 16 floors, 250 Mercer St. is one of the larger co-op buildings in Greenwich Village/NoHo area. Originally opened as a rental in 1979 but was converted into a co-op on April 30, 1986. What makes this co-op different? The board is very reasonable, allowing pets, guarantors, and pied-a-terres. Also, the building is equipped with a 24 hour doorman, live-in super, bicycle storage, common courtyard, and rooftop deck.
Interesting loft-like layouts, nice city views, and ceilings spanning over 40 feet, give this building a certain “je-na-se-qua” as they say. Add in the fact that it’s located on Mercer Street between 3rd and 4th Streets, putting you in the ultra-hip NoHo neighborhood, and this is a complete package. A short walk to Washington Square Park, you’re close to the shopping on Lower Broadway as well.
Service: Full time doorman
Size: 18 Floors. 275 Apartments.
Age: Pre-war. Built in 1888. Converted in 1986.
Amenities: Bicycle Room, Garden, Laundry Room, Rooftop Deck
Pets: Allowed, but not in sublets
Douglas Elliman Property Management
|Bike Room||Elevator||Live-in Super|
|Doorman||Laundry in Building||Pied-à-terre allowed|
|10 active sales listings:||$1,256 per ft² (avg)|
|5 active rentals listings:||$62 per ft² (avg)|
|7 previous sales listings:||$1,136 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
|5 previous rentals listings:||$63 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
|6 recorded sales:||$810,000 (avg price in the last 180 days)|
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Open House: Tue, May 28 (6:00 - 7:00)