Dining Area; Wood Floors
Exposure / View:
Pre-war; Alarm System; Bike Room; Laundry Room On Every Floor; Rooftop Deck; Private Storage; Digital Tv.
Also, please note as per the restrictions of the drop down menu. It has been indicated that this is a sponsor offering and it is not! It does however require no board approval as the owner has "Original Subscriber" status so no board approval is required.
Best Prewar Greenwich Village Doorman value!
Not only are we now priced to sell but we are priced to sell and still give you the room to renovate the apt and bring it in under its current market value in a renovated state.
Once you step inside this gorgeous studio flat, you may discover a connection with this classic Greenwich Village apartment as your new home.
Revel in the building's marvelous structure from a time where horse & buggies adorned the Greenwich Village streets. This Classic 24 hour doorman prewar building is affectionately known as, The Cast Iron. A landmarked prewar building built before the turn of the 19th Century in 1868, it was originally built to house the "James McCreery Dry Goods Store". The Architect/Designer is the renowned John Kellum.
This 7-story structure with 144 apartments is notable for its facade that features immense Corinthian columns. The conversion to residential use carefully preserved the columns & most of its ornate facade. Kellum's exteriors are in the Italianate manner best known for their immense cast-iron structural and decorative elements.
The historic Cast Iron is fully staffed with 24 hour doorman, porters and, a resident superintendent. The building has a beautiful planted/furnished Roof-deck, Laundry Room, Bike Room, private storage & two passenger elevators. The building is in the process of installing a building gym.
The Cast Iron is pet friendly. Sublets are allowed after a two year waiting period and are subject to a surcharge.
This oversized straight line studio boasts a bright & quiet South exposure with partial views of the classic Grace Church along with the magnificent Freedom Tower. The apartment features a dining area, hardwood floors and a separate kitchen with two entrances.
The Cast Iron sits at the nexus of two prolific parks downtown parks, Union Sq Park & Washington Sq Park. It also is at the epicenter of all downtown subway travel hubs with the Union Sq Station with its access to the N,R,W,Q,4,5 & 6 lines.