The Singer Building

561 Broadway, 6-A

Soho   |   Spring Street & Prince Street

Rent Drop
Co-op [Voice Intercom]
$ 9,495 [ 5% | $ 500 ]
Rooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Status Active
Term [Months] 12-99
Available Immediately
Listing ID: 1930291

Property Description

This expansive 3,410sqft SoHo office loft faces southeast and from the 6th floor overlooking the historic architecture of Broadway receives plentiful direct sunlight for the most important part of your productive day. This classic Manhattan loft layout includes a 45 foot front of 14 windows and 7 transoms, all which open up to let in fresh air and light. A 35 foot balcony allows for space to retreat and take in some peaceful moments while working. The layout here is already built out and thoughtful with 3 small office suites, 1 president's suite, a large conference room, a coffee break room, a small area which could be built out as a kitchenette, and 10 cubicles with space enough for 15-20 people to be working comfortably and safely in tandem. This is quite literally the ultimate creative space perfect for a wide variety of industries from architecture to design to technical, just about any sort of business will flourish in this space. Tons of storage, bookcases, file cabinets and thoughtful design has been implemented throughout to compliment the wonderful history of this building. The building itself, with entries on both 561 Broadway and 88 Prince Street was designed by Ernest Flagg, a Beaux-Arts trained New York architect who coined it the "Little Singer Building" in 1902. Construction began in spring of 1903, five years before building the Singer Tower which, at the time, was the world's tallest building. Converted to a coop in 1979, the building has an unusual mix of residential and commercial units: 20 offices and 15 live/work units for artists, creatives and the like. The historic architecture and open airy look of the Little Singer derives from its very wide windows and strip balconies floating across each level. The balconies have timeless wrought iron railings, sophisticated in design and varying from floor to floor. Beginning in 1983, the aging building (originally a Singer sowing machine factory) was restored by the co-op which included repainting the decorative ironwork that same eye-catching green color that Flagg used in 1903. This unique offering presents an enormous business opportunity: to protect and cherish the most valuable resource of any business: the human resource. This is a space where your people will WANT to come work and thrive. For the right tenant VERY little build out is required here. The space is priced to rent taking into account current market conditions. Private showings 24/7 by request only.
This expansive 3,410sqft SoHo office loft faces southeast and from the 6th floor overlooking the historic architecture of Broadway receives plentiful direct sunlight for the most important part of your productive day. This classic Manhattan loft layout includes a 45 foot front of 14 windows and 7 transoms, all which open up to let in fresh air and light. A 35 foot balcony allows for space to retreat and take in some peaceful moments while working. The layout here is already built out and thoughtful with 3 small office suites, 1 president's suite, a large conference room, a coffee break room, a small area which could be built out as a kitchenette, and 10 cubicles with space enough for 15-20 people to be working comfortably and safely in tandem. This is quite literally the ultimate creative space perfect for a wide variety of industries from architecture to design to technical, just about any sort of business will flourish in this space. Tons of storage, bookcases, file cabinets and thoughtful design has been implemented throughout to compliment the wonderful history of this building. The building itself, with entries on both 561 Broadway and 88 Prince Street was designed by Ernest Flagg, a Beaux-Arts trained New York architect who coined it the "Little Singer Building" in 1902. Construction began in spring of 1903, five years before building the Singer Tower which, at the time, was the world's tallest building. Converted to a coop in 1979, the building has an unusual mix of residential and commercial units: 20 offices and 15 live/work units for artists, creatives and the like. The historic architecture and open airy look of the Little Singer derives from its very wide windows and strip balconies floating across each level. The balconies have timeless wrought iron railings, sophisticated in design and varying from floor to floor. Beginning in 1983, the aging building (originally a Singer sowing machine factory) was restored by the co-op which included repainting the decorative ironwork that same eye-catching green color that Flagg used in 1903. This unique offering presents an enormous business opportunity: to protect and cherish the most valuable resource of any business: the human resource. This is a space where your people will WANT to come work and thrive. For the right tenant VERY little build out is required here. The space is priced to rent taking into account current market conditions. Private showings 24/7 by request only.

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Apartment Features

A/C

Outdoor

Balcony
561 Broadway Soho New York NY 10012

Building Details [561 Broadway]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Voice Intercom
Access Keyed Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 498/7
Building Type Loft
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1902
Floors/Apts 12/26

Building Statistics

$ 1,280 APPSF

Closed Sales Data [Last 12 Months]

Klara Madlin

License

Licensed Real Estate Broker


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