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(Photos are virtually rendered / staged.)
Back in 1908, Architect, Charles E. Birge designed 718 Broadway. His vision was to create a functional 11 floor prewar cast iron building to be utilized by commercial businesses, including clothing manufacturers, distributors, and wholesalers. Also, during his practice in NYC, he designed many of the Schraffts Candy Stores. Today some 114 years later; he would indeed be pleased knowing that his building remains and has now been transformed into a fine residential boutique Co-op.
Enter Apartment 6D; a spacious blank canvas boasting classic pre-war loft features including an enormous floorplan, (1200 Sq. Ft. +/-), full western exposures through massive oversize windows, original solid oak plank flooring, and soaring 12' +/- ceilings.
Do you need a 2 bedroom, 2 bath home, or a more conventional loft living experience with an interior bedroom / den / office and 1.5 baths? Whatever your preference; the space is here to create your intended desire. There are no restrictions for wet-over-dry, therefore a designer / architect will not be restrained in designing your new home. In addition to the adequate common laundry facility, a washer & dryer can be installed in the residence.
About the building: 718 Broadway is a boutique live-work, loft building with 40 units located in the Noho District of Manhattan. The building amenities include the common, planted and furnished elevated roof-deck, with expansive views of Noho and beyond, a virtual door person with video security intercom system, full-time Superintendent, and pristine contemporary marble encased lobby.
Pets are allowed and subleasing with Board approval, (inquire re: policies). 4 apartments or less per floor. While maintaining the Co-ops healthy coffers; a 1% of purchase price transfer fee has been implemented, (TB paid by Seller/s).
Fun Facts about the Neighborhood:
With a prime downtown location residents have easy access to NYU and transportation via the N, R, 4, 5, & 6 subway stops. If shopping and nightlife are on the itinerary, there are tons of small boutiques, bars and restaurants in the Soho, Greenwich Village and Noho vicinity.
At the turn of the 19th century, lower Broadway had become the center of the millinery and apparel district. In 1901, Indig, Berg & Co., cloak makers, were located here. Right next door at 714 / 716 Broadway was Samuel Lazarus, "maker of handmade fancy hats'; David Henly's Sons were manufacturing artificial flowers and feathers for hats, and the Excelsior Shirt Company of New York maintained a facility. The Noho neighborhood started changing again in the mid to latter part of the 20th century with the overflow of artists from nearby Soho searching for Studio and living spaces. Many trendy shops appeared along lower Broadway & Houston Street. Now in 2022, the area is home to residential, commercial buildings and abundance of retail shops and restaurants.