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342 Bowery, #1

Rental Building | rented
Between Great Jones Street and Bond Street
WEB ID: 5881464
  • 1 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS
  • BUILT 1900

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About 342 Bowery, #1

342 Bowery Location Location! Bowery between GREAT JONES/BOND spacious Loft Available by Oct 1. Large open living area ( approx 23'widex47'long) with 4 large Eastern exposure windows, high ( 9'4") ceilings plus (approx 9x9 interior room) & Western exposure (rear/master bedroom ) 1 bath. Washer/dryer within the loft, Dishwasher, 3 closets, high ceilings, hardwood floors. Apprx 1,100Sf . S...

key features
  • Partial city view
  • Hardwood floors
  • Oversized windows

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342 Bowery

342 Bowery

Mixed Use Townhouse in Greenwich Village

Between Great Jones Street and Bond Street

1900 BUILT