Welcome to this unique and unprecedented two-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex in prime Greenwich Village with cathedral height ceilings, expansive terrace and comfortable living space at the full-service Cast Iron Building.
A blend of historic and contemporary greet you on the first floor with towering double-height cast iron columns, floor-to-ceiling windows, integrated dining area and a renovated chef's kitchen. The double-height windows lead you to an expansive terrace that is pin-drop quiet, perfect for entertaining and relaxation, it's marvelous! The first bedroom just off the living area delivers you the extraordinary ceilings and en-suite bath.
The second level loft bedroom affords you great privacy, belted by beautiful cast iron columns. The room is complete with a rare walk-in closet, a bathroom with large linen closet, a roomy stall shower, double marble vanity sinks and sliding doors for privacy or an open concept overlooking down onto the living room and delightful terrace.
Built in 1868 as the McCreery Dry Goods Store, the historic Cast Iron Building is a landmark like no other. Designed by noted architect John Kellum and famous for its large Corinthian columns gracing its facade, it converted to residential coop in 1973 and became NYC's first residential conversion of any loft structure. The famed Cast Iron Building is in the heart of Greenwich Village and steps from Union Square. Close to Trader Joes, Whole Foods, the famous Union Square Farmers Market and plenty of subway lines.