Building: 30 West 15th Street in Flatiron
5 floorplans available
Owned by 30 WEST 15 STREET OWN
Built in 1908
30 West 15th Street is a boutique pre-war co-op that offers unparalleled LOFT living. With a lot size spanning over 5,000 sq. ft. this is one of the largest LOFT buildings on the block. This street is of the quietest in the Flatiron District. Through traffic is minimal since 15th Street is a westward street beginning at the intersection of 15th and Union Square West.
Built as a warehouse in 1908 this historic pre-war loft was converted to co-op in 1982. Each floor is carved up into different configurations. Some floors split units leaving one northern facing and one southern facing apartment. Other units span the entire length of the building. Same floor LOFT combinations are also a possibility, resulting in a massive living space rarely available in Manhattan.
Building Description Provided by Max Rather
|1 active sales listings:||$1,995,000|
|1 previous sales listings:||$1,250 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
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