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250 Mercer Street
250 Mercer Street
Co-op, Prewar
Subway Lines
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Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N Broadway - Waverly Pl
Subway number R Broadway - Waverly Pl
Subway number 6 Lafayette St - Bleecker St
Subway number Q Broadway - 8th St
Subway number W Broadway - 8th 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 A 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number C 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number E 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number L Broadway - 14th St
Subway number 4 Broadway - 14th St
Subway number 5 Broadway - 14th St
Details
Co-op
PreWar
Built in 1908
12 floors
275 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Doorman
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common storage
Guarantors allowed
Multi-floor laundry
Cable TV package available through building
Common Roof Deck on Building C
Bike Room
Storage units in the basement
Newly landscaped courtyard
Brand new laundry machines
Live in Super, other building staff including porters and maintenance men
Laundry Rooms ( on the 2nd and 4th floor in This C Wing)
pets allowed except for sub-letters, guarantors allowed, unlimited subletting allowed after living in it for two years
Pre-war Loft Co-op
Mercer Square is a converted pre-war loft co-op in the heart of Greenwich Village. The building occupies a great central location near Washington Square Park, New York University and SoHo. With 275 units on 16 floors, 250 Mercer is one of the larger co-op buildings in Greenwich Village/NoHo area. Built in 1888 and converted to a co-op in 1986, the building enjoys an architecturally stunning façade and spacious loft apartments. The board is very reasonable, allowing pets and guarantors. NO PIED-E-TERRES. Among its many amenities are a 24 hour doorman, live-in super, bicycle storage, basement storage units, laundry on each floor, common courtyard, and rooftop deck.

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250 Mercer Street
250 Mercer Street
Co-op, Prewar
Pre-war Loft Co-op
Mercer Square is a converted pre-war loft co-op in the heart of Greenwich Village. The building occupies a great central location near Washington Square Park, New York University and SoHo. With 275 units on 16 floors, 250 Mercer is one of the larger co-op buildings in Greenwich Village/NoHo area. Built in 1888 and converted to a co-op in 1986, the building enjoys an architecturally stunning façade and spacious loft apartments. The board is very reasonable, allowing pets and guarantors. NO PIED-E-TERRES. Among its many amenities are a 24 hour doorman, live-in super, bicycle storage, basement storage units, laundry on each floor, common courtyard, and rooftop deck.
Co-op
PreWar
Built in 1908
12 floors
275 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Doorman
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common storage
Guarantors allowed
Multi-floor laundry
Cable TV package available through building
Common Roof Deck on Building C
Bike Room
Storage units in the basement
Newly landscaped courtyard
Brand new laundry machines
Live in Super, other building staff including porters and maintenance men
Laundry Rooms ( on the 2nd and 4th floor in This C Wing)
pets allowed except for sub-letters, guarantors allowed, unlimited subletting allowed after living in it for two years
Unit Price Beds Baths Date Sold
C403 $1,160,000 1 1 9/16/2019
B1304 $1,550,000 2 2 9/10/2015
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.
Subway Lines
Subway number N Subway number R Subway number 6 Subway number Q Subway number W Subway number B Subway number D Subway number F Subway number M Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E Subway number L Subway number 4 Subway number 5
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N Broadway - Waverly Pl
Subway number R Broadway - Waverly Pl
Subway number 6 Lafayette St - Bleecker St
Subway number Q Broadway - 8th St
Subway number W Broadway - 8th 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 A 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number C 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number E 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number L Broadway - 14th St
Subway number 4 Broadway - 14th St
Subway number 5 Broadway - 14th St