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WEB ID: 5894076

136 Grand Street, 3WR
Ironclad Artists In, SoHo/Nolita, Manhattan, NY 10013

sold | Co-op | Built in 1890

2 beds
3 baths/1 half bath
4000 Approx. Sqft
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran
    • Maintenance/Common Charges: $4,626
    • 30% Down: $2,640,000
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

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About 136 Grand Street, 3WR, SoHo/Nolita, Manhattan, NY 10013

Lafayette Street & Crosby Street
Architectural Digest features only a select number of New York City properties, but to make it to the magazine’s cover, it takes an apartment like no other. Introducing loft #3WR at 136 Grand Street. Approximately 4,000 square feet to live, work, and comfortably entertain over 100 guests in your open-plan loft with its own tatami room or in your mirrored lounge behind a secret door. Featuring two bedrooms and ...

key features

  • Center island
  • Den/office
  • Dining room
  • Dishwasher
  • Elevator
  • En suite
  • Hardwood floors
  • High ceilings
  • Library
  • Modern kitchen
  • Oversized tub
  • Pet friendly
  • Prewar detail
  • Sleeping loft
  • Stall shower
  • Washer/dryer
  • Excellent light
  • Open kitchen
  • Oversized windows
  • Walk-in closets
  • Listing agents

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    Even if you’ve somehow never heard of the illustrious SoHo, you’ll always know where to find it—and never confuse it with London’s lower-case Soho. As with most things relating to New York City, everyone has an opinion, and SoHo’s east-west boundaries are no different. However, what’s indisputable is it sits in Lower Manhattan, north of Canal Street and, of course, south of Houston. Architecturally, the neighborhood is a time capsule, largely defined by buildings with decorative cast-iron façades. These 500-some structures date from the mid-to-late 19th century, when cast-iron experienced an Industrial Revolution-era moment due to its strength—providing support without relying on interior columns—resistance to fire, and cheap costs relative to other materials. All are contained today in the succinctly-named SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District. Presently, SoHo is always alive with people, whether residents living in spacious lofts or visitors drawn by the second-to-none shopping and restaurant options.

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    about the building

    Ironclad Artists In

    Loft Building in SoHo/Nolita

    Lafayette Street & Crosby Street

    • 14 UNITS
    • 6 STORIES
    • 1890 BUILT
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    about the building

    Ironclad Artists In

    Loft Building in SoHo/Nolita

    Lafayette Street & Crosby Street

    • 14 UNITS
    • 6 STORIES
    • 1890 BUILT

    Building Sales History

    Sales History for IRONCLAD ARTISTS IN

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    Sales History for 136 Grand Street, 3WR

    datepricelisting status
    04/29/2020$8,800,000Sold (asking: $8,800,000)

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    • Principal & Interest$34,975.8
    • Property Taxes0
    • Maintenance / Common Charges$4,626
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