366 Broadway Apt 7b New York, NY 10013

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$1,795,000 2 Bedrooms2 Full Baths1,850 sq. ft.

366 Broadway Apt 7b New York, NY 10013

 
Co-op Loft
Total # of Rooms: 5
Interior: 1,850 sq. ft. (approx.)
mt: $1,683 
Web #: 0017594

Built in 1907, 366 Broadway, corner of Franklin Street, (a.k.a. as The Collect Pond House) has an outstanding marble lobby and staircase with elegant wrought-iron balustrade. Apt 7B, is a very bright loft with open city views (eight large South facing windows onto Franklin St). Convenient split plan 2 bed/2baths and home office that can be converted as a den or a guest room. Spacious open living-dining-kitchen area, perfect for entertaining, 10'5" ceilings, beautiful architectural details and hardwood floors. Kitchen with modern appliances (Viking stove, Miele dishwasher and washer/dryer).Great closets and extra storage bin in the basement. This distinctive Tribeca Co-op has low monthly charges, a video intercom security system and a full-time superintendant, 12 Floors, 35 Units, 3 elevators and a common roof deck. It is conveniently located within walking distance of Wall Street, the Hudson River and Washington Market Parks and subways heading to the East and West sides. Pet welcome.



 
Martine D Capdevielle

Senior Global Real Estate Advisor, Associate Broker
m: (305) 773-3366
o: (212) 400-8702

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Interior Features

Total Rooms
# of Rooms: 5
Bedroom Information
# of Bedrooms: 2
Bathroom Information
# of Full Bathrooms: 2
Design Features
Granite Countertops
Hardwood Flooring
Heating & Cooling
Air Conditioning

Exterior Features

Type of Property
Cooperative

Property/Lot Details

Building Amenities
Air Conditioning
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Storage
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