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14 Prince Street in NoLiTa/Little Italy: Review and Ratings | CityRealty

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Carter Horsley
Review by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of CityRealty.com.
 

Some buildings in the city have wondrous qualities that make them the Shangri-Las of their neighborhoods.

That je ne sais quoi may take different forms: a gaggle of gargoyles, a flamboyant rooftop watertank enclosure, asymmetrical fenestration, unusual gates, fences or stoops; highly decorative chimneys, flying buttresses, guardhouses, and the like.

14 Prince Street has a koi pond and a waterfall in its quite large inner courtyard, which has cobblestones and flagstones and lush landscaping. Furthermore, its courtyard has balcony walks and some triangular outlooks.

Its 7-story, red-brick façade is demure and unassuming and pleasant but gives no hint of the building's innards.

It was erected in 1915 and converted to 44 condominium apartments in 1984.

The building has a canopied, one-step-up entrance, a part-time doorman and basement storage, a bicycle room, a video intercom system, protruding window air-conditioners and fire escapes.

According to one broker, it is the only pre-war doorman condo in Nolita.

Some apartments have arched openings over inner passageways and at least one has a have very unusual ceiling.

The building has no roof deck, no garage and no fitness center.

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