Description

Bring your architect! This is a great opportunity to create a layout of your own from this approximately 1,255 square foot (per floor plan draftsman) industrial-style loft. 10-foot ceilings, plus numerous south and east-facing windows have seemingly endless possibilities. The keyed passenger elevator opens into a semi-private landing with one other loft on the floor.
130 West 17th is a pre-war loft building built circa 1906 centrally located in Chelsea and in close proximity to Flatiron, Union Square, The Meatpacking District and Greenwich Village, the location is prime with shopping, dining options and transportation nearby. The building was originally a handbag factory and has been converted into a boutique cooperative with only 14 units and 9 floors. The commercial space on the ground floor is currently occupied by the Rubin Museum Education Center. Keyed passenger elevator, part-time superintendent. Video intercom. Pets and washer/dryer permitted.
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Building Features

elevator
intercom

$1,275,000 / $1,015 per ft²

$120,000  -  148 days ago

Listed on Jan 07, 2020

88 Days on Market

1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / 1,255 ft²

Total Monthly Expenses: $2,064

Exclusively listed with: Brown Harris Stevens Source: RLS

Richard
Ferrari

rferrari@bhsusa.com

(212) 396-5885

Andrew E.
Glick

dglick@bhsusa.com

212-396-5883

Listing Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens View Listing

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