Lofty Living awaits you in the heart of Greenwich Village at 250 Mercer Street # D301. Upon arrival the inviting renovated lobby, greets you with the comfort and security of 24hour Door-person.
This special loft home offers the unique advantage of soaring ceilings (13 feet high) making not only the living-dining room and primary bedroom (on the main level) feel very spacious, but it also gives you another desirable and usable mezzanine loft space above (standing at 5'4" high) overlooking the living room, as well as significant storage in the double height closets in both the main bedroom and next to the dining area with pristine hardwood/white-washed oak floors throughout. Equipped with A/C and all brand new stainless kitchen appliances (inclds; dishwasher, range, microwave & refrigerator).
Over-sized 3(9x5) windows flood natural sunlight into the space from unobstructed Eastern exposures onto Great Jones street.
If you are looking for more than just a one-bedroom apartment either because you work from home, need a separate space for your guests or simply more storage space, then this loft is exactly what you've been waiting for!
The additional loft area above has room for both a desk and full-bed and could just be that bonus space you need and deserve.
Full-Service Building that offers many amenities; 24 hour doorperson, concierge, live-in super, shared furnished rooftop terrace, a furnished garden courtyard, elevators, bicycle storage and multiple laundry facilities.
Pets are permitted for shareholders and subletting is allowed after 2-years of ownership.
Next door to Washington Square Park and nearby N/R train on Broadway/ 6 train at Astor Place.
Schedule your visit today/by appointment only.
Pied-a-terre ownership not allowed.
maintenance surcharge of $42.91/mo.
Mercer Square is a converted pre-war loft co-op in the heart of Greenwich Village. The building occupies a great central location near Washington Square Park, New York University and SoHo. With 275 units on 16 floors, 250 Mercer is one of the larger co-op buildings in Greenwich Village/NoHo area. Built in 1888 and converted to a co-op in 1986, the building enjoys an architecturally stunning facade and spacious loft apartments.