145 Nassau Street, 8B

Seaport District   |   Beekman Street & Spruce Street

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Co-op [Part-Time Doorman]
$ 1,550,000 [ 7.46% | $ 125,000 ]
Rooms 5
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 4,211
Financing Allowed 75%
Listing ID: 1928302

Property Description

Welcome to the iconic Potter Building at 145 Nassau Street! Apartment 8B is a loft-style, duplex home with soaring ceilings and magnificent, west facing, panoramic views of City Hall Park from EVERY window. This sensational space is in need of some updating but offers a rare opportunity to create a dream home of two or three bedrooms with extra office space and washer/dryer. The apartment has enormous scale and light which benefits from ceiling heights of up to 12ft. Some images here are virtually staged and together with an alternate floorplan show the flexibility and potential of this wonderful and light-filled home. The Potter building was designed by Architect Norris G Starkweather in 1886. It was converted to a residential co-operative in 1980 and it was landmarked in 1996. There are 11 floors with 41 units. The hallways were just renovated. The lobby was updated in 2010, new elevators were installed in 2012 and the windows were replaced in 2015. A gorgeous landscaped common roof deck crowns the building which has an attentive on-site super and modern video/fab security. Designed in the Queen Anne-style with stunning red brick and brownstoned terra cotta, the Potter Building is a truly iconic example of architecture from a bygone era. Pets are welcome and there is a monthly $295 assessment currently in place.
Welcome to the iconic Potter Building at 145 Nassau Street! Apartment 8B is a loft-style, duplex home with soaring ceilings and magnificent, west facing, panoramic views of City Hall Park from EVERY window. This sensational space is in need of some updating but offers a rare opportunity to create a dream home of two or three bedrooms with extra office space and washer/dryer. The apartment has enormous scale and light which benefits from ceiling heights of up to 12ft. Some images here are virtually staged and together with an alternate floorplan show the flexibility and potential of this wonderful and light-filled home. The Potter building was designed by Architect Norris G Starkweather in 1886. It was converted to a residential co-operative in 1980 and it was landmarked in 1996. There are 11 floors with 41 units. The hallways were just renovated. The lobby was updated in 2010, new elevators were installed in 2012 and the windows were replaced in 2015. A gorgeous landscaped common roof deck crowns the building which has an attentive on-site super and modern video/fab security. Designed in the Queen Anne-style with stunning red brick and brownstoned terra cotta, the Potter Building is a truly iconic example of architecture from a bygone era. Pets are welcome and there is a monthly $295 assessment currently in place.

Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Apartment Features

A/C [Central]
Washer / Dryer
145 Nassau Street Seaport District New York NY 10038

Building Details [145 Nassau Street]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Part-Time Doorman
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 101/1
Building Type Loft
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1886
Floors/Apts 11/41

Building Amenities

Common Storage
Roof Deck

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Klara Madlin

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