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21 Astor
21 Astor Place, NoHo, Manhattan, NY 10003

Pre-war Condo

52 units
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  • 52 residences
  • 11 stories
  • BUILT 1930

The Details About 21 Astor Place

21 Astor Place is an eleven-story, brick building with 50 apartments. Many of the loft-like apartments feature open floor plans, extra high ceilings and brick walls. The building has architectural unique arched windows at the second and seventh floors. This unique Romanesque-Revival-style structure was built in 1892 and converted to condominium apartments in 2003. Now an established full servic...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Central air
  • Elevators
  • Laundry in every apartment
  • On-site superintendant
  • Climate-controlled gym

21 Astor Units

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Get to know NoHo

The north of Houston counterpart to SoHo, NoHo’s rise as a distinct NYC neighborhood is a relatively recent phenomenon. Spatially, NoHo is but a small wedge nestled between Greenwich Village and the East Village — and was previously considered part of the former. A lack of size, however, is hardly a deficiency in NoHo. Actually, it makes things all the more enticing. Over NoHo’s development, glorious mansions gave way to manufacturing buildings, which came to be occupied by artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Robert Mapplethorpe as live-in studio lofts. Still standing and coveted alongside imposing glass condominiums, those homes join early 19th-century row houses (the Merchant’s House Museum), turn-of-the-century office buildings (the Louis Sullivan-designed Bayard–Condict Building), and others in presenting a cohesive lineage of growth and change. Four buildings encompassing the c.1830s Corinthian-columned Colonnade Row have housed everyone from the Astors and Vanderbilts to the Blue Man Group.

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