225 Lafayette Street
New York, New York, United States

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At the crossroads of Soho and Nolita, 225 Lafayette Street is a full service prewar condominium designed by the legendary Cass Gilbert. Residence 4D is a two bedroom, two and a half bathroom offering over 2,100 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space. One of a kind in the building, this is the only non-penthouse unit with private outdoor space. A rare offering in the downtown market.

Entering through a gracious foyer, Residence 4D provides an open living plan with 11’ beamed ceilings, the highest in the building. The North-facing living and dining area provide all day light with views over Spring Street. The kitchen is clean and sleek with ample counter space and top-of-the-line appliances including a Bosch cooktop with vented Miele hood, Bosch convection oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher.

Flooded with Eastern light, the master bedroom is a private sanctuary. The luxurious space is complete with an adjoining windowed home office/walk-in closet and two floor-to-ceiling French glass doors opening directly to the 450 SF planted terrace. The windowed ensuite master bathroom features marble tile, separate stall shower, water closet, and a deep soaking tub by Kohler. The South-facing second bedroom also has an ensuite bathroom with matching finishes and direct access to the terrace. Reminiscent of the courtyard at the Greenwich Hotel in Tribeca, the 450 SF terrace features ivy covered brick walls with open blue sky above. An automated retractable awning spans the full length of the terrace, providing shade for private dining and entertaining.

The Spring Condominium is a notable example of Beaux-Arts architecture and former home to the Italian Savings Bank. Cass Gilbert, the distinguished architect whose portfolio includes the Woolworth Building, designed this 12-story building in 1923. Converted to a 41-unit condominium in 2005, amenities include a full-time doorman, full-time superintendent, and landscaped common roof deck with stunning 360 views. Moments to transportation and incredible restaurants, such as Balthazar, Sant Ambroeus, and Jack’s Wife Freda. Neighborhood convenience includes the Equinox two blocks away and the countless shopping options across Soho, Nolita and Noho. There is an assessment in place of $359.82/month for the lobby renovation (ends in June 2018).,At the crossroads of Soho and Nolita, 225 Lafayette Street is a full service prewar condominium designed by the legendary Cass Gilbert. Residence 4D is a two bedroom, two and a half bathroom offering over 2,100 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space. One of a kind in the building, this is the only non-penthouse unit with private outdoor space. A rare offering in the downtown market.

Entering through a gracious foyer, Residence 4D provides an open living plan with 11’ beamed ceilings, the highest in the building. The North-facing living and dining area provide all day light with views over Spring Street. The kitchen is clean and sleek with ample counter space and top-of-the-line appliances including a Bosch cooktop with vented Miele hood, Bosch convection oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher.

Flooded with Eastern light, the master bedroom is a private sanctuary. The luxurious space is complete with an adjoining windowed home office/walk-in closet and two floor-to-ceiling French glass doors opening directly to the 450 SF planted terrace. The windowed ensuite master bathroom features marble tile, separate stall shower, water closet, and a deep soaking tub by Kohler. The South-facing second bedroom also has an ensuite bathroom with matching finishes and direct access to the terrace. Reminiscent of the courtyard at the Greenwich Hotel in Tribeca, the 450 SF terrace features ivy covered brick walls with open blue sky above. An automated retractable awning spans the full length of the terrace, providing shade for private dining and entertaining.

The Spring Condominium is a notable example of Beaux-Arts architecture and former home to the Italian Savings Bank. Cass Gilbert, the distinguished architect whose portfolio includes the Woolworth Building, designed this 12-story building in 1923. Converted to a 41-unit condominium in 2005, amenities include a full-time doorman, full-time superintendent, and landscaped common roof deck with stunning 360 views. Moments to transportation and incredible restaurants, such as Balthazar, Sant Ambroeus, and Jack’s Wife Freda. Neighborhood convenience includes the Equinox two blocks away and the countless shopping options across Soho, Nolita and Noho. There is an assessment in place of $359.82/month for the lobby renovation (ends in June 2018).

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