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1200 Broadway

Apt. PH8G
Corner of Broadway and West 29th Street
Coop
$2,999,999
Maintenance/Common Charges: $3,557
20% down $600,000
What will this home cost?
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Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N Broadway - 28th St
Subway number Q Broadway - 28th St
Subway number R Broadway - 28th St
Subway number W Broadway - 28th St
Subway number B Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number D Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number F Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number M Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number 1 7th Ave - 28th St
Subway number 6 Park Ave - 28th St
Subway number 2 7th Ave - 32nd St
Subway number 3 7th Ave - 32nd St
Subway number A 8th Ave - 33rd St
Subway number C 8th Ave - 33rd St
Subway number E 8th Ave - 33rd St
Subway number 7 6th Ave - 40th St
Essentials
Price $2,999,999
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathroom 1
Rooms 4
Exposure North & West
Key Features
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Full City View
Full Skyline View
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Library
Marble Bath
Modern Kitchen
Office
Prewar Detail
Storage Space
Walk-In Closets
Washer/Dryer
Wood-Burning Fireplace

At approximately 1938 sq ft, this loft was originally built as a 2 bedroom. Currently configured as a one bedroom, it can easily be transformed into a generous, legal 2 bedroom and 2 bath home. Upon entering the foyer, the spectacular double ceiling height glass solarium reveals a dramatic view of the Empire State Building. The great room has a beautiful wood burning fireplace and boasts north and west views, streaming bright sunlight throughout the day. The kitchen has been renovated with marble and granite. Stainless steel appliances and ample wood cabinets complete the cooking experience. The master bedroom has a walk thru closet and dressing area that connects to the en suite marble bathroom. Floor to ceiling bookshelves line the walls of the separate library. A circular staircase leads to a landing that is a perfect artist's nook. This leads to a one of a kind private roof terrace. Boasting almost 1000 sq ft, you can create your own personal sanctuary while enjoying the iconic ESB view. Off the foyer is a separate space that can easily accomodate an office. There is a washer/dryer and an abundance of storage. Keyed elevators and a video intercom system ensure building security. The building has common storage and a bike and laundry room. Building staff is onsite 7 days a week and they accept all daily deliveries. Live/work, pied a terres, and co purchasing are allowed. It is also pet friendly. Built in 1869, the Gilsey House is a landmarked cast iron building. Formally a grand hotel with a rich history for hosting Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain, Diamond Jim Brady and Keith Richards, it is a centerpiece for the exploding Nomad area. Located across from the Ace Hotel, Madison Square Park is a few blocks away. Enjoy the hottest restaurants, such as Scarpetta, The Nomad, and Quality Eats, shopping at Fairway, Trader Joe's and Eataly and multiple adjacent subway lines.

Agent
Licensed RE Salesperson
open houses
Sunday, September 22
12:00PM - 1:30PM
Flatiron
Flatiron Real Estate
Bookended by Madison Square Park and Union Square, the Flatiron District is one of New York’s most conveniently located neighborhoods. Fashion-forward shops and world-class restaurants surround Flatiron real estate. Luxury condos nestle inside skyscrapers, and new buildings like 240 Park Avenue South and One Madison Park offer residents the epitome of modern elegance. Here, white-glove amenities like a fitness center and doorman get an upgrade; massage rooms and saunas also come as standard in these upscale living quarters.
Explore Flatiron
1200 Broadway
Gilsey House
Gilsey House was designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch for Peter Gilsey, a Danish immigrant merchant and city alderman who leased the plot – which included the grounds of the St. George Cricket Club – from Caspar Samlar for $10,000 a year. It was constructed from 1869 to 1871 at the cost of $350,000 opening as the Gilsey House Hotel in 1872. The cast-iron for the facade of the Second Empire style building was fabricated by Daniel D. Badger, a significant and influential advocate for cast-iron architecture at the time. The hotel was luxurious – the rooms featured rosewood and walnut finishing, marble fireplace mantles, bronze chandelier, and tapestries – and offered services to its guests such as telephones, the first hotel in New York to do so. The building's future was decided when it was purchased in 1980 by Richard Berry and F. Anthony Zunino and converted into co-ops after a cosmetic cleanup of the exterior, which won a commendation from the Friends of Cast Iron Architecture. The facade was finally almost fully restored in 1992 by Building Conservation Associates. It was designated a New York City landmark in 1979.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1906
8 floors
40 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common storage
Guarantors allowed
High-speed internet
Video security

open houses
Sunday, September 22
12:00PM - 1:30PM
1200 Broadway
Apt. PH8G
Corner of Broadway and West 29th Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $2,999,999
Maintenance/Common Charges $3,557
20% down $600,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathroom 1
Rooms 4
Exposure North & West

At approximately 1938 sq ft, this loft was originally built as a 2 bedroom. Currently configured as a one bedroom, it can easily be transformed into a generous, legal 2 bedroom and 2 bath home. Upon entering the foyer, the spectacular double ceiling height glass solarium reveals a dramatic view of the Empire State Building. The great room has a beautiful wood burning fireplace and boasts north and west views, streaming bright sunlight throughout the day. The kitchen has been renovated with marble and granite. Stainless steel appliances and ample wood cabinets complete the cooking experience. The master bedroom has a walk thru closet and dressing area that connects to the en suite marble bathroom. Floor to ceiling bookshelves line the walls of the separate library. A circular staircase leads to a landing that is a perfect artist's nook. This leads to a one of a kind private roof terrace. Boasting almost 1000 sq ft, you can create your own personal sanctuary while enjoying the iconic ESB view. Off the foyer is a separate space that can easily accomodate an office. There is a washer/dryer and an abundance of storage. Keyed elevators and a video intercom system ensure building security. The building has common storage and a bike and laundry room. Building staff is onsite 7 days a week and they accept all daily deliveries. Live/work, pied a terres, and co purchasing are allowed. It is also pet friendly. Built in 1869, the Gilsey House is a landmarked cast iron building. Formally a grand hotel with a rich history for hosting Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain, Diamond Jim Brady and Keith Richards, it is a centerpiece for the exploding Nomad area. Located across from the Ace Hotel, Madison Square Park is a few blocks away. Enjoy the hottest restaurants, such as Scarpetta, The Nomad, and Quality Eats, shopping at Fairway, Trader Joe's and Eataly and multiple adjacent subway lines.

Licensed RE Salesperson
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Full City View
Full Skyline View
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Library
Marble Bath
Modern Kitchen
Office
Prewar Detail
Storage Space
Walk-In Closets
Washer/Dryer
Wood-Burning Fireplace
Flatiron
Flatiron Real Estate
Bookended by Madison Square Park and Union Square, the Flatiron District is one of New York’s most conveniently located neighborhoods. Fashion-forward shops and world-class restaurants surround Flatiron real estate. Luxury condos nestle inside skyscrapers, and new buildings like 240 Park Avenue South and One Madison Park offer residents the epitome of modern elegance. Here, white-glove amenities like a fitness center and doorman get an upgrade; massage rooms and saunas also come as standard in these upscale living quarters.
Explore Flatiron
Subway Lines
Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R Subway number W Subway number B Subway number D Subway number F Subway number M Subway number 1 Subway number 6 Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 7
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N Broadway - 28th St
Subway number Q Broadway - 28th St
Subway number R Broadway - 28th St
Subway number W Broadway - 28th St
Subway number B Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number D Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number F Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number M Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number 1 7th Ave - 28th St
Subway number 6 Park Ave - 28th St
Subway number 2 7th Ave - 32nd St
Subway number 3 7th Ave - 32nd St
Subway number A 8th Ave - 33rd St
Subway number C 8th Ave - 33rd St
Subway number E 8th Ave - 33rd St
Subway number 7 6th Ave - 40th St
1200 Broadway
Gilsey House
Gilsey House was designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch for Peter Gilsey, a Danish immigrant merchant and city alderman who leased the plot – which included the grounds of the St. George Cricket Club – from Caspar Samlar for $10,000 a year. It was constructed from 1869 to 1871 at the cost of $350,000 opening as the Gilsey House Hotel in 1872. The cast-iron for the facade of the Second Empire style building was fabricated by Daniel D. Badger, a significant and influential advocate for cast-iron architecture at the time. The hotel was luxurious – the rooms featured rosewood and walnut finishing, marble fireplace mantles, bronze chandelier, and tapestries – and offered services to its guests such as telephones, the first hotel in New York to do so. The building's future was decided when it was purchased in 1980 by Richard Berry and F. Anthony Zunino and converted into co-ops after a cosmetic cleanup of the exterior, which won a commendation from the Friends of Cast Iron Architecture. The facade was finally almost fully restored in 1992 by Building Conservation Associates. It was designated a New York City landmark in 1979.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1906
8 floors
40 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common storage
Guarantors allowed
High-speed internet
Video security