11 Spring Street
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.14,000
- Roof deck
BLANK CANVAS: Located in lower Manhattan between Soho and Nolita, 11 Spring Street will make a truly unique residence in the Little Italy District. Built in 1888 as a horse stable, the 14,000 square foot building features over 60 windows, intricate stone details, and the lost craftsmanship of 19th century masonry work. It is more Italianate palazzo than the traditional townhouse homes prevalent in New York. Asfour Guzy Architects have drawn up plans for a spectacular single family residence with lap pool in the basement. This building also has unlimited possibilities as a condo development project or a mixed use project. The building is being sold "AS IS" and Vacant. The property is listed as a Building of Special Interest in the NYC Zoning Resolution and the site is fully built. It is possible to relocate floor area to the roof as long as all requirements of the zoning resolution are complied with, including required setback and height limitations. This building has "As of Right Uses" for both residential and commercial. The stacking plan height is approximately 8.6' in the basement, 14' on the ground floor, 10' on the second, third and fourth floors and 12' on fifth floor.
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