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561 Broadway

Apt. 7A
Between Spring Street and Prince Street
Coop
$3,300,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number N Subway number R Subway number 6 Subway number B Subway number D Subway number F Subway number M Subway number C Subway number E Subway number J Subway number Z Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N Broadway - Prince St
Subway number R Broadway - Prince St
Subway number 6 Lafayette St - Spring 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 C 6th Ave - Spring St
Subway number E 6th Ave - Spring St
Subway number J Bowery - Delencey St
Subway number Z Bowery - Delencey St
Subway number Q Broadway - Canal St
Essentials
Price $3,300,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 8
Approx. Sq. Ft. 4,800
Exposure East & West
Key Features
Juliet Balcony
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Partial City View

"Stupendous" describes this enormous open loft ready for your dream design . Sun streams in through 47' eastern wall of original mahogany French doors opening to Juliet balcony. Columns, new windows, 10' ceilings. Absolutely nothing like it on the downtown market.

Agent
Licensed Associate RE Broker
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
561 Broadway
The Singer Building
Singer Building
Ernest Flagg, a Beaux-Arts trained New York architect designed the "Little Singer Building" in 1902. Its construction began in the spring of 1903, five years before he would create the Singer Tower that for a short time was the world's tallest building. The tower came down in 1967, but fortunately the Singer Loft Building at 561 Broadway survived. Since 1979, it has been a co-op with an unusual mixture of residential and commercial uses: 20 offices and 15 live/work units for artists. The co-op, known as the Singer Studio Corporation, has, for many years, had as its president, a savvy architect, named Joseph Levine. The airy look of the Little Singer derives from its very wide windows together with the lacy strip balconies across each level. These balconies have delicate wrought iron railing, sophisticated in design and varying from floor to floor. Over the years beginning in 1983, the aging one time factory was restored by the co-op. This included repainting the decorative ironwork the same deep green color that Flagg had used in 1903.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1903
12 floors
16 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Alarm system
Cable ready
Video security

This home has been sold

561 Broadway
Apt. 7A
Between Spring Street and Prince Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $3,300,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 8
Approx. Sq. Ft. 4,800
Exposure East & West

"Stupendous" describes this enormous open loft ready for your dream design . Sun streams in through 47' eastern wall of original mahogany French doors opening to Juliet balcony. Columns, new windows, 10' ceilings. Absolutely nothing like it on the downtown market.

Licensed Associate RE Broker
Juliet Balcony
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Partial City View
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 N Subway number R Subway number 6 Subway number B Subway number D Subway number F Subway number M Subway number C Subway number E Subway number J Subway number Z Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N Broadway - Prince St
Subway number R Broadway - Prince St
Subway number 6 Lafayette St - Spring 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 C 6th Ave - Spring St
Subway number E 6th Ave - Spring St
Subway number J Bowery - Delencey St
Subway number Z Bowery - Delencey St
Subway number Q Broadway - Canal St
561 Broadway
The Singer Building
Singer Building
Ernest Flagg, a Beaux-Arts trained New York architect designed the "Little Singer Building" in 1902. Its construction began in the spring of 1903, five years before he would create the Singer Tower that for a short time was the world's tallest building. The tower came down in 1967, but fortunately the Singer Loft Building at 561 Broadway survived. Since 1979, it has been a co-op with an unusual mixture of residential and commercial uses: 20 offices and 15 live/work units for artists. The co-op, known as the Singer Studio Corporation, has, for many years, had as its president, a savvy architect, named Joseph Levine. The airy look of the Little Singer derives from its very wide windows together with the lacy strip balconies across each level. These balconies have delicate wrought iron railing, sophisticated in design and varying from floor to floor. Over the years beginning in 1983, the aging one time factory was restored by the co-op. This included repainting the decorative ironwork the same deep green color that Flagg had used in 1903.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1903
12 floors
16 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Alarm system
Cable ready
Video security