Spring

225 Lafayette Street, 6-A

Little Italy   |   Broome Street & Spring Street

Condo [Concierge]
$ 2,500,000
Rooms 4.5
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Monthly] $ 1,292
Common Charges [Monthly] $ 1,677
Financing Allowed 90%
Listing ID: 689678

Property Description

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft home offers approximately 1,300 square feet and features a fantastic Southern and Western corner exposure. With open views of SoHo's landmarked Cast Iron District plus a beautiful landscaped roof deck, Apartment 6A is an exceptional opportunity to live in one of New York City's most coveted neighborhoods. An entry foyer opens to a generously proportioned open living and dining space where oversized tilt-and-turn windows drench the apartment in all-day sunlight. Here, lofty ceiling heights combine with the spacious floor plan to evoke a feeling of lavish abundance. A nearby kitchen offers ample counter space and is fully equipped with top-end appliances including a Bosch cooktop with vented Miele hood, Bosch convection oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher.


Off of the main living space, a spacious primary bedroom offers a quiet retreat from the rest of the home. This primary suite is complete with two large closets as well as a spa-like en-suite bath, featuring a double vanity, deep soaking bathtub and separate custom standing steam shower. Toward the other end of the home, pocket doors separate the living room from the secondary bedroom, which offers gorgeous custom built-ins as well as a second bathroom, making for an ideal work from home situation. Additional storage space, a fully-vented washer and dryer and stunning Brazilian walnut floors complete this prewar residence.


The Spring Condominium is a notable example of Beaux-Arts architecture and former home to the Italian Savings Bank. Cass Gilbert, the distinguished architect whose portfolio includes the Woolworth Building and the New York Life Insurance Building, designed this 12-story building in 1923. Converted to a 41-unit condominium in 2005, amenities include a full-time doorman, full-time superintendent, and a recently renovated landscaped common roof deck with stunning 360 degree city views. The building is located moments from transportation and incredible restaurants such as Balthazar, Sant Ambroeus, and Jack’s Wife Freda. Neighborhood conveniences include a nearby Equinox and a variety of shopping options across Soho, Nolita and Noho including Whole Foods, a newly renovated playground, and Elizabeth Street Public Garden.

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft home offers approximately 1,300 square feet and features a fantastic Southern and Western corner exposure. With open views of SoHo's landmarked Cast Iron District plus a beautiful landscaped roof deck, Apartment 6A is an exceptional opportunity to live in one of New York City's most coveted neighborhoods. An entry foyer opens to a generously proportioned open living and dining space where oversized tilt-and-turn windows drench the apartment in all-day sunlight. Here, lofty ceiling heights combine with the spacious floor plan to evoke a feeling of lavish abundance. A nearby kitchen offers ample counter space and is fully equipped with top-end appliances including a Bosch cooktop with vented Miele hood, Bosch convection oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher.


Off of the main living space, a spacious primary bedroom offers a quiet retreat from the rest of the home. This primary suite is complete with two large closets as well as a spa-like en-suite bath, featuring a double vanity, deep soaking bathtub and separate custom standing steam shower. Toward the other end of the home, pocket doors separate the living room from the secondary bedroom, which offers gorgeous custom built-ins as well as a second bathroom, making for an ideal work from home situation. Additional storage space, a fully-vented washer and dryer and stunning Brazilian walnut floors complete this prewar residence.


The Spring Condominium is a notable example of Beaux-Arts architecture and former home to the Italian Savings Bank. Cass Gilbert, the distinguished architect whose portfolio includes the Woolworth Building and the New York Life Insurance Building, designed this 12-story building in 1923. Converted to a 41-unit condominium in 2005, amenities include a full-time doorman, full-time superintendent, and a recently renovated landscaped common roof deck with stunning 360 degree city views. The building is located moments from transportation and incredible restaurants such as Balthazar, Sant Ambroeus, and Jack’s Wife Freda. Neighborhood conveniences include a nearby Equinox and a variety of shopping options across Soho, Nolita and Noho including Whole Foods, a newly renovated playground, and Elizabeth Street Public Garden.


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Apartment Features

A/C
Washer / Dryer
225 Lafayette Street Little Italy New York NY 10012

Building Details [225 Lafayette Street]

Ownership Condo
Service Level Concierge
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 481/7502
Building Type Loft
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1924
Floors/Apts 15/40

Building Amenities

Private Storage
Roof Deck

Building Statistics

$ 1,920 APPSF

Active Sale Listings

$ 1,992 APPSF

Contracts Signed

$ 1,444 APPSF

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