Village Penthouse with Unlimited Potential - PHC/D

114 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003, USA, 114 East 13th Street PHC/PHD, New York
Apartment • 9 room(s) • 5 bed. • 4 bath. • 275.83 m² • ref: 6NKMZG
$5,600,000
Village Penthouse with Unlimited Potential. For the first time in history, this combination, corner unit penthouse opportunity is available and awaiting the perfect buyer. Bring your designer/architect and an appetite for creating something truly incredible and unique when you visit PHC/D at the American Felt Building. Encompassing almost ~3000 interior sqft and ~2000 sqft of private outdoor space over 3 sprawling floors, PHC/D is full of potential with incredible ceiling height, open city views, 3 glorious sun-filled exposures, numerous skylights and countless original loft features such as exposed brick, two working fire places, and several terraces including two massive roof terraces. This wonderful home also comes with a giant oversized double storage unit in the basement. The American Felt Building is widely respected as one of the preeminent pre-war loft buildings in Greenwich Village. Offering a wide variety of deluxe amenities including a 24-hour doorman, a common roof deck with panoramic city views, and a ground-floor garden, homeowners need not to leave the building to find their oasis in the heart of New York City. Conveniently located just south of Union Square, accessibility to daily conveniences is effortless with Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and the Union Square Farmers Market just at the doorstep. Other conveniences include countless health clubs such as Equinox, Crunch, F45, TMPL, and Soul Cycle, and exceptional transportation including subway lines 4/5/6/N/Q/W/R/L, express bus lines and many Citibike stations. There is a current assessment of $1,036.90/mo.

Spaces

Rooms9
Bedrooms5
Bathrooms4

Surfaces

Living275.83 m²
Internal275.83 m²
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114 East 13th Street PHC/PHD, New York, New York

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Panoramic view on city
TypeApartment
Construction year1906