196 Sixth Avenue
New York, NY 10013
Total # of Rooms: 8
Interior: 2,716 sq. ft. (approx.)
RARE: An amazing opportunity to combine two approximately 1,360-sq-ft apartments to create a 4-bedroom duplex in prime Soho! Facing west overlooking a quiet tree-lined park (soon to be renovated with a $2M grant from the city), these two apartments would combine seamlessly with a working fireplace and a combined total of 2,716+/- square feet of living space.
Once combined, this duplex could easily accommodate a luxurious master suite plus 3 additional grand bedrooms, each with en suite baths. An oversized kitchen, open dining area, and living-room with fireplace provide the perfect backdrop for comfortable loft living, at an unusually reasonable price.
196 Sixth Avenue was built in 1893 by Sgt. Nathaniel Bush, the official architect to the New York Police Department at the time. It was built as a precinct house and later became the NYPD quartermaster’s storehouse. It was converted to a residential building in 1987. This private, boutique elevator co-op now sits on a quiet tree-lined park that is soon to be renovated with a grant from the city. It is conveniently located only moments away from the highly desired shops and dining in SoHo and the West Village. Easily accessible by several subway lines. Laundry in the basement, and garbage on every floor. Pets are welcome. ONGOING ASSESSMENT OF $1,817.