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14 EAST 4TH STREET, #601

Who wouldn’t want to work in the illustrious and renowned Silk Building, built in 1908 and converted to condo in 1987? This is downtown's most desired and convenient full-service mixed-use prewar condominiums.

The Silk is located North of Houston, South of Eighth, East of Mercer and West of the Bowery. It's surrounded by SOHO, Greenwich Village, Nolita, and New York with easy access to Union Square, City Hall, Washington Square Park, and the West Village.

Transportation options including the 6 train at Astor Place, and at Bleecker street where it connects to the Broadway/Lafayette stop for the B, D, F, and M trains. The N and R stop at the Eighth street NYU station. Now showing by private appointment. This is a commercial loft that will not get residential mortgages.






They say there is no such thing as perfect. They have not seen this corner apartment at 100 Overlook Terrace. Two large bedrooms. Two full baths. On a high floor, with a terrace. In the primary bedroom, there is a recently renovated, windowed bathroom. The two exposures of this bedroom, south and west, assure that you will have light all through the day. The rest of the apartment is also bright and cheery. The lovely and chic country-in-the-city windowed eat-in kitchen is a wide galley style with plenty of room for more than one cook. With board approval, you have the option of removing a wall for an open floor plan that boasts a huge kitchen-dining-living area.

As is, the living room with the terrace is very spacious and has plenty of space for relaxing and/or work areas. There are through-the-wall air conditioners in the living room and two bedrooms. And let's talk about closets! The primary bedroom WALK-IN closet is ridiculous. It could be so much more than a closet. Cloffice? Recording booth? Quiet sanctuary to escape? Honestly, with this home the possibilities are endless.

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