Listing Provided by Andreassen Properties LLC
55 E11th Street, Manhattan
24/7 Contact Alan Kessler (310) 866-6625 In the heart of old Greenwich Village, this building is a converted toy factory built in 1899. It has been a cooperative since the early 1970s. There are only 12 stories of entire floor lofts. There is a passenger elevator and freight elevator that open up right into the loft. This 2500 square foot unit has three exposures and 11 foot ceilings. This building is very close to every subway at Union Square and West 4th street. The current owner has lived there for over 30 years and is retiring into the country. The condition of the loft is extraordinary as it has been maintained by the same owner all these years. Because the owner chose to leave the bulk of the square footage open, the possibilities for building are endless. There is plenty of room for growth. That said, it's move in ready as it is right now. Please note, that because this is a co-op, there is a monthly maintenance fee. The property taxes are included in the monthly maintenance fee of about $4,500 per month.
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