This romantic, beautifully scaled 1,825 square foot loft was designed for the owner, a New York-based actress, by the influential American architect and interior designer Alan Buchsbaum (1936-1987) as a totally fluid, wide-open space. This versatile home, located in the heart of the Gold Coast of Greenwich Village at Fifth Avenue and West 13th Street, invites you to move right in or to create your downtown dream. With its soaring 12’ ceilings, the authentic prewar loft may accommodate two or more bedrooms, an expansive; open-plan Living Room, Dining Room and Chef’s Kitchen and includes two Bathrooms and Laundry.
Long regarded as one of the best-run prewar loft buildings in all Greenwich Village, 74 Fifth Avenue was designed in 1910 by Maynicke and Franke. The facade features decorative details inspired by Secessionist motifs. The building boasts the original marble Lobby, a double-keyed Entry and recently refurbished, key-locked elevators, a full-time building Superintendent, and an attractive Roof Deck with lovely city views. The cooperative is pet-friendly and permits financing of up to 75 percent of the purchase price. A Flip Tax of 1.5 percent of the purchase price is payable by the Purchaser. 74 Fifth Avenue is located steps from Union Square and the Greenmarket and is convenient to all transportation and to a wide array of downtown boutiques, restaurants, galleries and schools.
In-person showings may now be scheduled with 48 hours advance notice.