Welcome to this expansive loft located at the charming landmarked Potter Building. With 13 large windows facing south, west, and north, this corner home is filled with light all throughout the day. Spread across approximately 1,900 square feet with soaring 11 foot ceilings, this spacious three bedroom apartment has an ideal layout with large living space and well proportioned bedrooms.
A sizable foyer with double closet greets you upon entering this unique home. Past the foyer you will find the dining room which is conveniently located across from the kitchen. A gas cooktop, separate gas oven, Corian countertops, subzero below counter fridges, a subzero below counter freezer, and Bosch dishwasher provide a full set of high end appliances all expertly designed within a highly functional, sleek environment. There is an incredible amount of storage and counter space in this windowed kitchen. The kitchen island has sufficient space for 4 stools and is open to the living room. Situated on the southwestern corner of the apartment and flooded with light from the 4 windows, the living room is an impressive size. It is the perfect place to relax, watch a movie, or read.
Additional features include an extra large master bedroom with great closet space and 4 Citiquiet windows. The windowed master bathroom is en-suite and has an extra wide vanity and deep soaking tub. Beside the master bedroom is an amply-sized bedroom which would also function well as an office. On the south side of the apartment you will find the large third bedroom which has two windows, a closet, and charming built-in bookshelves.
A plethora of closets and storage including a large utility closet with washer/dryer, hardwood oak floors throughout, top-down window treatments in all rooms, and ceiling fans in the bedrooms add to the beauty and comfortable design of this home.
Designed by Architect Norris G Starkweather, the Potter Building was completed in 1886 and designated a historic landmark in 1996. The Potter Building's combination of Queen Anne and Neo-Grec architectural styles stands out in the neighborhood and is known to be one of the most beautiful pre-war buildings in downtown Manhattan. Converted in 1981, this cooperative currently consists of 42 units and has 11 floors. The building's lobby and hallways were renovated recently and new elevators were installed in 2012. Pet friendly building and immaculately maintained by the full-time superintendent and maintenance staff, this lovely building also has a gorgeous roof deck with plants, cozy seating, and fantastic views of the surrounding area.
145 Nassau is just a few blocks away from the Fulton Street Station with various major subway lines. Heading west you can find yourself shopping in the Oculus and Bloomfield Place, having dinner at one of the various waterfront restaurants or grabbing specialty foods at Eataly or Le District. Head southeast to be in the heart of the historic Financial District on Wall Street and the Seaport.
This co-op has no flip tax and instead currently has a capital assessment of $297/month through 2024.