Relax or host guests in the spacious open living and dining room punctuated by double-height ceilings, thin graceful columns into the open kitchen, and massive 10-foot east-facing windows overlooking Centre Market Place. The chef in you will be inspired in the sun-filled renovated gourmet kitchen appointed with sleek white cabinetry and black countertops, tiled floors and premium stainless steel appliances. A floating steel staircase ascends to the upper open yet private loft level perched above, housing the sunny king-size master bedroom with high beamed ceilings and room for a sitting area. An elegant high-end tiled spa bath with glass-enclosed tub/shower, lovely powder room with white tile flooring and black border accents, convenient washer-dryer and central air conditioning heighten the allure of this rare, wonderful home.
Built in 1905-1909, and designed by Hoppin & Koen, 240 Centre Street served as the headquarters for the New York City Police Department from 1909 to 1973. The striking, architecturally significant 6-story landmark was converted into a 55-residence luxury cooperative in 1988 by Ehrenkranz Group & Eckstut, and greets residents with a spectacular lobby. Amenities include a full-time doorman, concierge, resident manager, live-in super, elevator, fitness room, communal garden, and basement storage. The exceptional location between Broome and Grand Streets puts you at the crossroads of Soho, Nolita and Little Italy, minutes from parks, subways, and all conveniences.
Building Features 6 Floors55 Units
$1,875,000 / $1,704 per ft²
Last Asking: Jan 28, 2021
1 Bed / 1.5 Baths / 1,100 ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $1,975
Exclusively listed with: Douglas Elliman Real Estate
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