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1 Bond Street

Apt. PH6A
Between Broadway and Lafayette Street
Condo
$3,600,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number B Subway number D Subway number F Subway number M Subway number N Subway number R Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lafayette St - Bleecker St
Subway number B Broadway - Houston St
Subway number D Broadway - Houston St
Subway number F Broadway - Houston St
Subway number M Broadway - Houston St
Subway number N Broadway - Prince St
Subway number R Broadway - Prince St
Subway number A 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number C 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number E 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Essentials
Price $3,600,000
Type Condo
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 5.5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,500
Exposure North
Key Features
Penthouse
Elevator
Pet Friendly

Located on the most charming cobblestone block downtown in NoHo, 1 Bond Street sits at the nexus of one of the most glamorous dining and boutique shopping destinations. Rarely available, this Duplex Penthouse condominium with its own private roof rights has approximately 20 foot ceilings, massive over-sized windows, open views facing North - everything you expect from a true loft experience. An ideal layout, with 2 bedrooms (plus one interior room) and 3 full baths on two levels, the entertainer's kitchen opens up to the dramatic living room. French shutters frame the almost-floor-to-ceiling windows, which let in all-day natural light. This Robbins & Appleton Building is a historic building built in 1871 used to manufacture watch cases. Converted to condominiums in 1987 and designed by architect Stephen Decatur Hatch in the Second Empire style, the building features an ornate cast iron facade and stunning blue mansard roof. The building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. Steps from the 4,5,6, N/R trains, SoHo, the Bowery, Nolita and Astor Place and some of the most exclusive downtown restaurants.

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1 Bond Street
Noho Condo Loft
The historic Robbins & Appleton Building at 1-5 Bond Street, an excellent example of cast-iron architecture, was designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch and completed in 1880, replacing an earlier structure on the site. This Second Empire-style building, featuring an ornate façade and striking blue mansard roof, served as a factory for the manufacture of watchcases for the American Waltham Watch Company. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 and was converted to condominiums in 1987.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1900
6 floors
20 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities

This home has been sold

1 Bond Street
Apt. PH6A
Between Broadway and Lafayette Street
Condo
Essentials
Price $3,600,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $2
$Greenwich Village
% down $Condo
Type Condo
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 5.5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,500
Exposure North

Located on the most charming cobblestone block downtown in NoHo, 1 Bond Street sits at the nexus of one of the most glamorous dining and boutique shopping destinations. Rarely available, this Duplex Penthouse condominium with its own private roof rights has approximately 20 foot ceilings, massive over-sized windows, open views facing North - everything you expect from a true loft experience. An ideal layout, with 2 bedrooms (plus one interior room) and 3 full baths on two levels, the entertainer's kitchen opens up to the dramatic living room. French shutters frame the almost-floor-to-ceiling windows, which let in all-day natural light. This Robbins & Appleton Building is a historic building built in 1871 used to manufacture watch cases. Converted to condominiums in 1987 and designed by architect Stephen Decatur Hatch in the Second Empire style, the building features an ornate cast iron facade and stunning blue mansard roof. The building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. Steps from the 4,5,6, N/R trains, SoHo, the Bowery, Nolita and Astor Place and some of the most exclusive downtown restaurants.

Penthouse
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Greenwich Village
Living in Greenwich Village
Becoming a resident of Greenwich Village is like becoming a part of history. From Henry James to the contemporary TV and film stars who live there now, this is a neighborhood whose bohemianism has attracted artists for a hundred years or more.
Explore Greenwich Village
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number B Subway number D Subway number F Subway number M Subway number N Subway number R Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lafayette St - Bleecker St
Subway number B Broadway - Houston St
Subway number D Broadway - Houston St
Subway number F Broadway - Houston St
Subway number M Broadway - Houston St
Subway number N Broadway - Prince St
Subway number R Broadway - Prince St
Subway number A 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number C 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number E 6th Ave - West 3rd St
1 Bond Street
Noho Condo Loft
The historic Robbins & Appleton Building at 1-5 Bond Street, an excellent example of cast-iron architecture, was designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch and completed in 1880, replacing an earlier structure on the site. This Second Empire-style building, featuring an ornate façade and striking blue mansard roof, served as a factory for the manufacture of watchcases for the American Waltham Watch Company. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 and was converted to condominiums in 1987.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1900
6 floors
20 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities