Prewar Cast Iron Studio Loft
Built in 1910, 39 East 12th Street is a coveted Greenwich Village prewar cooperative. This amazing space features unique architectural details including; 11’3” Barreled-vaulted ceilings, decorative cornices, original hard wood floors, cast iron columns and oversized south-facing windows.
An entry foyer opens to an exceptionally large living and sleeping area, an open kitchen with tiled floor and renovated bathroom.
There are five enormous, custom-fitted, floor-to-ceiling closets.
The sleeping area has two huge windows with storage beneath, a built-in desk and high shelving above.
A full-service building, with a 24 hour doorman, live-in super and porter. There is a beautiful landscaped roof deck, new laundry room and renovated elevators.
This unique home is steps from Union Square’s famous Green Market, Whole Foods and many of the city’s finest restaurants.
Sublets allowed with Board Approval.
Sorry no Pets permitted.