85 Grand Street 5TH-FLOOR in Soho
$1,303 per ft²
SOHO POWER CORNER
SOHO POWER CORNER
New Update: Possible Roof Rights Via Separate Purchase.
Dominating the corner of Grand and Greene Street in a powerful 1872 cast-iron master work, this extraordinary top floor loft is simply a wonder. With a soaring 17-foot high ceiling in an open living space measuring over 45ft by 52ft, wrapped with huge 8.5 X 5ft windows (17 total) allowing for glorious light and classic SoHo views, this is truly the apotheosis of downtown loft living. A full-height mezzanine level in the rear half of the loft currently affords 2-3 comfortable bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and a sauna. Below the mezzanine is an additional bedroom and bathroom, a fully outfitted eat-in kitchen, large home office and an abundance of storage space. Other features include original exposed wood columns, hardwood floors throughout, washer/dryer, and even a bit of the outdoors on a step-out 30ft X 6ft fire balcony. This was BIG in 1988, and still is big.
Established in 1976, this is one of the earliest co-operative loft conversions in SoHo. Spanning nearly the entire south side of Grand St between Greene St & Wooster St, the Grand Loft Corp is made up of four distinct cast-iron and masonry buildings (#75-85), constructed between the years 1872 and 1907. The co-op is pet-friendly, allows pied-a-terres case-by-case and is financially sound. Permanent C of O in place.
|Central Air Conditioning||Fireplace||Pied-à-terre allowed|
Listed at Brown Harris Stevens by Siim Hanja and Rudi Hanja
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New York, NY 10013
Sales listings: 1 in contract and 13 previous
Rentals listings: 6 previous
Unit 5TH-FLOOR - 1 active sale
Local SchoolsSchools zoned for this address:
- Listed by Brown Harris Stevens at $7,500,000.
- Price decreased by 7% to $6,950,000.
- Price decreased by 4% to $6,700,000.
- Listing entered contract.