Introducing one of the largest and most sought-after co-op buildings in all of Greenwich Village, 250 Mercer Street. Having recently undergone a major renovation, the building now features brand new elevators, carpeted hallways with designer lighting, and will have a completely renovated lobby by mid-summer 2016. This historic multi-building complex of four towers (A-D) was formerly a cast iron factory and was originally built in 1890. The building was converted from commercial to residential in 1979 when it debuted with 275 rental apartments, and later became aco-op in 1986. The building's industrial origins and unique original detail afford residents the advantages of loft-like layouts, 12- to 16-foot ceilings and classic city views.Amenities at this prewar co-op include a full-time doorman, live-in super, furnished courtyard and roof deck, bicycle storage, and laundry facilities.Ideally located in the center of trendy NoHo between West 3rd and 4th streets, 250 Mercer is a short distance to Washington Square Park and only blocks from some of the city's best shopping and restaurants in SoHo, Nolita, and West Village.
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