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145 NASSAU ST

Apt. 2E
Between Beekman Street and Spruce Street
Coop
$2,000,000

This home is in contract

Maintenance/Common Charges: $2,822
25% down $500,000
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
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Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number 3 Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number A Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number C Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number E Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number 4 Broadway - Fulton St
Subway number 5 Broadway - Fulton St
Subway number J Broadway - Fulton St
Subway number Z Broadway - Fulton St
Subway number R Broadway - Warren St
Subway number W Broadway - Warren St
Subway number 6 Nassau St - Frankfort St
Subway number 1 Chambers St - West Broadway
Subway number N Centre St - Canal St
Subway number Q Centre St - Canal St
Essentials
Price $2,000,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,683
Exposure East
Key Features
Elevator
Partial City View
Dishwasher
Exposed Brick
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Marble Bath
Modern Kitchen
New Windows
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail
Washer/Dryer

145 Nassau Street--Apartment #2E--offers everything you'd expect in a QUINTESSENTIAL LOFT: a big and open living space, soaring 13+ foot ceilings, original columns with beautiful egg-and-dart crown molding, huge windows, exposed brick, and three distinct sleeping areas--including a master bedroom, a bedroom loft, and an additional home office / bedroom.

As soon as you open the door, you'll be taken by the the amazing entertaining space. An open kitchen is to your left, a large dining area is across from the kitchen, and a huge great room--anchored by four 10-foot windows--runs across the front of the apartment. The space feels so welcoming, you can comfortably host a party of more than 50 guests or curl up alone with a good book. The updated kitchen will make it easy to prepare for entertaining. It features custom-made cherry cabinets, Ubatuba granite countertops with a glass block backsplash, a JennAir stove with built-in exhaust and microwave, and a Bosch dishwasher.

The home offers a master bedroom with a tremendously spacious open closet, two 10-foot windows, and a large bath just outside the room. The bathroom features an Ultra Tub, an over-sized stall shower with a rainfall and a handheld shower head, and double sinks with a marble counter. Also on this side of the apartment are stairs leading up to a loft bedroom with 8-foot ceilings and a wall of sliding-glass windows that look out to the buildings across Nassau Street. On the south side of the apartment, you'll find a home office / bedroom. The room is uniquely designed to have an area for the bed below, and above is a built-in study loft on one side and an additional sleeping loft on the other. Across from the room is a full bath clad in Italian glass tile.

Some of the home's many other features include: mahogany-finished windows with nickel hardware, a vented washer / dryer, original arched setbacks, original pineapple moldings, tremendous closet and storage spaces, and so much more.

Residents of The Potter Building at 145 Nassau Street enjoy a magnificent landscaped roof-deck with panoramic views, a new lobby, new hallways, new elevators, new laundry room, and storage bins ($35 monthly fee). City Hall Park is across the street for their enjoyment, and easy access to major transportation hubs, delicious restaurants, The Oculus and many other shopping opportunities are all close by.

The Potter Building was built in 1886 in the Beaux-Art style and was designated a New York City Landmark in 1996. The elaborate terra cotta-and-brick facade played an important part in the development of this type of building and is one of the most beautiful facades in Manhattan.

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Financial District
Living in the Financial District
When many think of the Financial District, they think of Wall Street and the iconic skyline filled with the headquarters of the world's most prestigious financial institutions. But being New York's oldest neighborhood these cobblestone streets are also filled with historic landmarks.
Explore Financial District
145 NASSAU ST
Potter Building
The Potter Building was built in 1886 in the Beaux Art style and was designated a New York City landmark in 1996. The elaborate terra cotta and brick facade is one of the most beautiful facades in Manhattan. The building was part of "Newspaper Row" and was once home to The New York Observer.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1886
11 floors
41 units
Elevator
Landmarked
Amenities
Common roof deck
Private storage

This home is in contract

145 NASSAU ST
Apt. 2E
Between Beekman Street and Spruce Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $2,000,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $2,822
25% down $500,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,683
Exposure East

145 Nassau Street--Apartment #2E--offers everything you'd expect in a QUINTESSENTIAL LOFT: a big and open living space, soaring 13+ foot ceilings, original columns with beautiful egg-and-dart crown molding, huge windows, exposed brick, and three distinct sleeping areas--including a master bedroom, a bedroom loft, and an additional home office / bedroom.

As soon as you open the door, you'll be taken by the the amazing entertaining space. An open kitchen is to your left, a large dining area is across from the kitchen, and a huge great room--anchored by four 10-foot windows--runs across the front of the apartment. The space feels so welcoming, you can comfortably host a party of more than 50 guests or curl up alone with a good book. The updated kitchen will make it easy to prepare for entertaining. It features custom-made cherry cabinets, Ubatuba granite countertops with a glass block backsplash, a JennAir stove with built-in exhaust and microwave, and a Bosch dishwasher.

The home offers a master bedroom with a tremendously spacious open closet, two 10-foot windows, and a large bath just outside the room. The bathroom features an Ultra Tub, an over-sized stall shower with a rainfall and a handheld shower head, and double sinks with a marble counter. Also on this side of the apartment are stairs leading up to a loft bedroom with 8-foot ceilings and a wall of sliding-glass windows that look out to the buildings across Nassau Street. On the south side of the apartment, you'll find a home office / bedroom. The room is uniquely designed to have an area for the bed below, and above is a built-in study loft on one side and an additional sleeping loft on the other. Across from the room is a full bath clad in Italian glass tile.

Some of the home's many other features include: mahogany-finished windows with nickel hardware, a vented washer / dryer, original arched setbacks, original pineapple moldings, tremendous closet and storage spaces, and so much more.

Residents of The Potter Building at 145 Nassau Street enjoy a magnificent landscaped roof-deck with panoramic views, a new lobby, new hallways, new elevators, new laundry room, and storage bins ($35 monthly fee). City Hall Park is across the street for their enjoyment, and easy access to major transportation hubs, delicious restaurants, The Oculus and many other shopping opportunities are all close by.

The Potter Building was built in 1886 in the Beaux-Art style and was designated a New York City Landmark in 1996. The elaborate terra cotta-and-brick facade played an important part in the development of this type of building and is one of the most beautiful facades in Manhattan.

Elevator
Partial City View
Dishwasher
Exposed Brick
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Marble Bath
Modern Kitchen
New Windows
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail
Washer/Dryer
Financial District
Living in the Financial District
When many think of the Financial District, they think of Wall Street and the iconic skyline filled with the headquarters of the world's most prestigious financial institutions. But being New York's oldest neighborhood these cobblestone streets are also filled with historic landmarks.
Explore Financial District
Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number J Subway number Z Subway number R Subway number W Subway number 6 Subway number 1 Subway number N Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number 3 Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number A Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number C Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number E Park Pl - Broadway
Subway number 4 Broadway - Fulton St
Subway number 5 Broadway - Fulton St
Subway number J Broadway - Fulton St
Subway number Z Broadway - Fulton St
Subway number R Broadway - Warren St
Subway number W Broadway - Warren St
Subway number 6 Nassau St - Frankfort St
Subway number 1 Chambers St - West Broadway
Subway number N Centre St - Canal St
Subway number Q Centre St - Canal St
145 NASSAU ST
Potter Building
The Potter Building was built in 1886 in the Beaux Art style and was designated a New York City landmark in 1996. The elaborate terra cotta and brick facade is one of the most beautiful facades in Manhattan. The building was part of "Newspaper Row" and was once home to The New York Observer.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1886
11 floors
41 units
Elevator
Landmarked
Amenities
Common roof deck
Private storage