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The Fischer Mills Building, 62 Beach Street

Between Greenwich Street & Hudson Street

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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.
 

Fischer Mills, at 393-397 Greenwich Street, combines three historic, architecturally distinctive buildings into a single loft building.

The building's lobby has cast-iron columns, enormous rough-hewn timber columns and graceful brick archways.

The red-brick building has 35 units, twenty-four of which enjoy private outdoor spaces. Apartments range in size from 1,400 to 4,300 square feet and range from 3 to 9 rooms. Two large "townhouse" apartments have ceilings as high as 15 feet, private gardens and direct street access.

Apartments have maple flooring, Thermopane windows, rough-hewn wood columns and beams with hand-chiseled joinery, exposed brick arches and cast-iron details.

Kitchens include top-of-the-line appliances and residents can choose between natural-honed granite and stone for their countertops. Kitchens also include an oversized porcelain French farm sink and a stainless-steel hood.

Bathrooms have radiant heated stone floors on remote timers, a custom steel-and-stone double vanity, separate shower and six-foot, cast-iron bathtubs.

The building has a doorman and a roof deck but no garage and no balconies.

The building was converted by Arthur Fefferman and Harry Kendall of BKSK Architects was the architect for the conversion. They would also work on the new, 7-story apartment building at 114 Hudson Street a few years later.

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