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473 Broome Street

Apt. 2B
Between Wooster Street and Greene Street
Coop
$4,895,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number J Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R Subway number Z Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 1 Subway number B Subway number D Subway number F Subway number M
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Broadway - Canal St
Subway number J Broadway - Canal St
Subway number N Broadway - Canal St
Subway number Q Broadway - Canal St
Subway number R Broadway - Canal St
Subway number Z Broadway - Canal St
Subway number A Thompson St - Canal St
Subway number C Thompson St - Canal St
Subway number E Thompson St - Canal St
Subway number 1 Canal St - Varick 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
Essentials
Price $4,895,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2.5
Rooms 6
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,400
Exposure N, S & W
Key Features
Elevator
Partial City View
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail
Storage Space
Washer/Dryer

Live maintenance free in this classic Soho Artists Loft. This dramatic Soho loft has massive proportions with 14.6’ ceilings throughout. A key-locked elevator opens directly into this dramatic oversize loft space with 10 windows measuring over 10’ in height, and original pressed tin ceiling and Corinthian columns. With approximately 2400 sq ft of interior space, you can create a three bedroom dream home. There are plans pending with the DOB for construction of a mezzanine level to increase the size of this home to approximately 3200 sq ft. Best of all, this well-established 10 unit Co-Op owns the two coveted commercial retail units. As a shareholder, you gain all the financial benefits that come along with owning a piece of this prime Soho commercial interest. This opportunity is one that rarely comes along.

The Gunther Building is a historic cast iron building located on the corner of Broome Street and Greene Street and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed in the 1870's by architect Griffith Thomas for a prominent 19th Century Furrier and converted into a Cooperative in 1971. There is a quaint landscaped roof deck. All information provided herein is subject to error or omission and all square footage is approximate. Buyers should consult with an architect prior to purchasing. Pets allowed with board approval.

Agent
Soho/Nolita
LIVING IN SOHO
Once the home of some of the nation's most famous artists, Soho today retains something of the artistic in the host of designer boutiques and restaurants that prosper on its streets.
Explore Soho/Nolita
473 Broome Street
Gunther Building
Details
Prewar
Built in 1900
6 floors
10 units
Elevator
Amenities
Common roof deck

This home has been sold

473 Broome Street
Apt. 2B
Between Wooster Street and Greene Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $4,895,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $3
$Soho/Nolita
% down $Co-op
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2.5
Rooms 6
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,400
Exposure N, S & W

Live maintenance free in this classic Soho Artists Loft. This dramatic Soho loft has massive proportions with 14.6’ ceilings throughout. A key-locked elevator opens directly into this dramatic oversize loft space with 10 windows measuring over 10’ in height, and original pressed tin ceiling and Corinthian columns. With approximately 2400 sq ft of interior space, you can create a three bedroom dream home. There are plans pending with the DOB for construction of a mezzanine level to increase the size of this home to approximately 3200 sq ft. Best of all, this well-established 10 unit Co-Op owns the two coveted commercial retail units. As a shareholder, you gain all the financial benefits that come along with owning a piece of this prime Soho commercial interest. This opportunity is one that rarely comes along.

The Gunther Building is a historic cast iron building located on the corner of Broome Street and Greene Street and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed in the 1870's by architect Griffith Thomas for a prominent 19th Century Furrier and converted into a Cooperative in 1971. There is a quaint landscaped roof deck. All information provided herein is subject to error or omission and all square footage is approximate. Buyers should consult with an architect prior to purchasing. Pets allowed with board approval.

Elevator
Partial City View
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail
Storage Space
Washer/Dryer
Soho/Nolita
LIVING IN SOHO
Once the home of some of the nation's most famous artists, Soho today retains something of the artistic in the host of designer boutiques and restaurants that prosper on its streets.
Explore Soho/Nolita
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number J Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R Subway number Z Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 1 Subway number B Subway number D Subway number F Subway number M
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Broadway - Canal St
Subway number J Broadway - Canal St
Subway number N Broadway - Canal St
Subway number Q Broadway - Canal St
Subway number R Broadway - Canal St
Subway number Z Broadway - Canal St
Subway number A Thompson St - Canal St
Subway number C Thompson St - Canal St
Subway number E Thompson St - Canal St
Subway number 1 Canal St - Varick 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
473 Broome Street
Gunther Building
Details
Prewar
Built in 1900
6 floors
10 units
Elevator
Amenities
Common roof deck