An enormous 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom corner condo with an unbeatable NoHo location, this luxurious 2,900-square-foot apartment is a Downtown Manhattan dream come true. The dramatic living/dining room sets the tone for the entire home, with tremendous windows facing both south and west, providing sunlight all day long, as well as views of the surrounding neighborhood. The open floor plan offers endless decorating and entertaining opportunities, while the adjacent designer chef's kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, extra-long prep counters, a breakfast bar, walk-in pantry, and lovely white lacquered custom cabinets. The master bedroom wing features two walk-in closets and an en-suite marble bathroom with a stand-in shower, his-and-hers vanity, a bidet, and a deep soaking tub. The two additional bedrooms both have sizable closets and access to another full marble bathroom boasting a deep soaking tub. Off the living/dining room is a generously proportioned office/den area, while a powder room is found next to the kitchen. This home also offers a washer and dryer, central air, humidifier system, a great music system, and a separate service entry. Custom-stained hardwood floors, high beamed ceilings, and more finely crafted finished are found throughout. The Carl Fischer Building at 62 Cooper Square is one of the most prestigious pre-war buildings in Downtown Manhattan. With 26 exclusive apartments, it was reimagined as a luxury condo in 2001 and has a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, gym, live-in super, additional personal storage, elevator, and an outstanding roof deck. The best of Manhattan living is all within blocks of this enviable address, from shows at The Public Theater to craft cocktails at Please Don't Tell, coffee at Think, dinners at Ippudo and endless shopping destinations. Both Tompkins Square Park and Washington Square Park are within short walking distances, while the 6/W/R trains are steps from your door. *limited photos due to tenant in place.
NoHo, or "North of Houston Street" is Downtown in the borough of Manhattan. Located adjacent to Greenwich Village and the Lower East Side, NoHo is close to prestigious NYU and minutes away from Cooper Union, one of the premier engineering, architecture and fine arts colleges in the nation. The famous Public Theater, founded by Joseph Papp, is also in this area.