NYC Apartments for Sale in Nolita
Life in Nolita is diverse and hip. From the ethnic eateries to the trendy designer shops, the neighborhood is defined by taste and culture. The narrow streets and mom-and-pop stores create a sense of community and an escape from Manhattan’s hustle and bustle. Some of New York University’s buildings are also scatted in the area and to cater to its young audience, Nolita has a vibrant nightclub and restaurant scene. Of course, more relaxed and low-key cafes are not very difficult to find.
Being part of Soho the beaux arts-style is visible everywhere in Nolita and post-war apartment buildings and townhouses are ubiquitous in this area of Manhattan; leaving almost no space for the high-rise new construction of Midtown. What were once factories and horse stables have now been converted to sun-filled studios and residential condominiums. Two of the architectural wonders of Nolita are The Spring at 225 Lafayette Street and the former Police Headquarters Building. Nolita is a perfect mix of historic and contemporary.
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The Schumacher at 36th Bleecker Street was redesigned to reflect dignified, modern sensibilities. The Schumacher’s handsome and historic Queen Anne Victorian and Romanesque Revival-style facade is now amplified by an array of perfectly placed lights. The apartments are swathed in natural light thanks to 16-foot barrel vaulted ceilings and massive windows. Kitchens and bathrooms feature artisanal finishes, high-end appliances, and marble countertops.
199 Mott Street is an 8-story residential building located in Nolita. The building features 11 units with two- and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 1,300 to 3,000 sq. ft, including a penthouse unit. The developers pride these apartments on their “steampunk aesthetic.”
Designed by renowned architectural firm Adjmi & Andreoli, 250 Bowery is an 8-story mid-rise on Manhattan’s Lower East Side that captures its industrial past and moves that design into the future. 250 Bowery is a 40,000 square foot mixed-use apartment building anchored by an art gallery. Developed by VE Equities LLC, 250 Bowery features 20 high-end 1- and 2-bedroom loft-style condos with floor-to-ceiling windows, some of which will have private outdoor space, and four 3- to 5-bedroom duplex penthouses with private rooftop terraces, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and sweeping views of lower Manhattan.
224 Mulberry Street redefines luxury living in Nolita. This 8-story, 7-unit building boasts a dignified facade; the bottom floors are Roman brick and the top floors are cast stone. The apartments--which range from 1,950 to 5,650 square feet--exude modern sophistication. The floors are solid white oak, and the kitchens are fitted with custom cabinetry created by renowned designers Smallbone of Devizes. Bathrooms are adorned with black and white mosaic flooring. Units feature massive mahogany windows, and some of the living rooms have 25-foot ceilings. The building will be the tallest in the area, and therefore views from the apartments on the upper floors are completely unobstructed.
The Police Building, located at 240 Centre Street, is amongst the most lavish pre-war buildings in all of Downtown Manhattan. Representing the Beaux Arts style, this landmarked building was constructed in 1905 as the Police Headquarters, and was later converted luxury homes in the late 80s.
The Puck Penthouses is a series of luxury condominiums planned to be constructed at the top the famous Puck Building at 295 Lafayette Street in SoHo. The conversion will consist of only 6 units in sizes ranging from 4,895 to over 7,000 square feet that will retain an authentic loft character complete with vault brick ceilings, cast-iron columns and oversized windows. The Puck Penthouses will merge modern luxury with pre-war aesthetic for unique and irresistible residences.
Lower Manhattan’s 42 Crosby Street recently received an upgrade with a new residential luxury building on the corner of Crosby Street and Broome Street. Atlas Capital Group developers enlisted famed German architect Annabelle Selldorf to design the luxury building. The 42,000 square foot, post war building, invokes the essence of the historic neighborhood’s cast iron architecture. The modern sleek steel exterior gives the new development a lighter look. What used to be an old parking lot and garage now rises to six stories, and features a one floor recessed penthouse.
133 Mulberry Street is 6-floor, 18-unit, pre-war, luxury condominium building in the heart of Little Italy. The two-, three-, and four-bedroom spaces offer high ceilings opposite of hardwood oak floors. The loft residences are given to spa-like bathrooms with Grohe fixtures, and open kitchens are equipped with premium appliances paired with the finest cabinetry.
Designed by renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron, 215 Chrystie Street offers sleek and modern homes in the heart of the Bowery neighborhood in the Lower East Side. Open layouts, high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows are combined to offer plenty of light-filled living space and provide sweeping views of the cityscape. Marble bathrooms feature luxurious fixtures, like soaking tubs and rain showers; and fully-equipped kitchens are fitted with stainless steel appliances and marble countertops.