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714 Broadway, #10

Listing no longer available on CityRealty as of Jun 13, 2022
It previously was on the market for a total of 161 days.
161 days on Market

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  • Listed: Jan 3, 2022
    Last Price Change: -15.2% ($625,000) on Mar 25
    Days on Market: 161
    Building Type: Cooperative
    Neighborhood: NoHo (Manhattan)
    Listing viewed 415 times
Monthly Maintenance: $5,098
Est. Monthly Mortgage: -
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $24,161
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($700,000), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.


Available for the first time in 40 years, don’t miss this opportunity own a rare 22’ x 125’ light-filled 3,100 sqft loft that feels like an original artist’s studio in the heart of Greenwich Village and NoHo. Perched on the 10th floor of the neo-Classical style cast iron building, this loft is unique in that is features four exposures and unobstructed, landmarked views of Washington Square Park.

While the kitchen and bath have been renovated, the layout of the space is still very much raw and primed for the discerning buyer looking to create their very own AD-worthy masterpiece. Direct, keyed elevator access welcomes you into this sprawling 3,100-sqft space.

Currently, configured as an open layout with three sleeping areas, the floorplate allows for multiple configurations. Bring your architect and you can easily redesign this sprawling space into a 3 - 4 bedroom with 3 full baths. Brick is able to be exposed beneath the sheetrock, and washer / dryer in unit is allowed.

Constructed in 1896-7, two German-born developers Emanuel Stern and David Schwartz commissioned Buchman & Deisler, the well-known architects also responsible for Bloomingdales on 59th Street, the Alexander Building, B Altman department store and the Art Nouveau New Era Building in SoHo to design No.

714. Formerly known as the "Warehouse District," this 11 story building was once, in fact, home to small manufacturers and apparel firms. The 10th floor is distinguished by its exterior features: a bracketed balcony with balustrade, gabled window hoods and a parapet with inset pediment, topped by finials.

This pre-war building is one half of a boutique two-building co-op (712 & 714) consisting of 18 units total, and No.

714 of 10 floor through lofts. The lots were merged in the early 1960s and converted to residences by the mid-80s.Within just a few blocks you will find public and private schools, every single subway line, Union Square farmer’s market, Whole Foods, Wegmans coming soon to Astor Place and the Public Theater. NoHo is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the downtown market, and home to some of the best restaurants in the city including il Buco, Gemma, Indochine, Lafayette, Vic’s, ATLA, BOND ST Sushi, The Smile, and many more!

With its vibrant dining, entertainment and shopping options, it’s so walkable and chic, you’ll want to leave.Please note some photos have been white-boxed. All walls currently in place are non-structural, non-load bearing.

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About 714 Broadway

Building Amenities

  • Pre War
  • Intercom
  • Elevator

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