(Application Pending) 14 East 4th Street. 1,132 square feet. Video Available. Located in one of the most desirable condos in prime Noho. This loft-like duplex will take your breath away. The apartment entry is on the 8th floor, into the apartment foyer; on this half floor is an oversize 17' x 11' bedroom with a large south-facing window, a wall of closets, and the newly renovated bathroom. The two floors are connected by an architecturally designed grand staircase. The expansive 9th and main floor, approximately 42' x 17', offers a massive space to plan as you wish. Design it as all living, create a dining area and a den, or easily convert one end to a second bedroom or office. Beamed 10Â’5Â” ceilings lend a high airy feeling, custom European lighting throughout, and oak wood floors. The over-sized windows have land-marked unobstructed views north and south allowing for loads of natural sunlight; custom shades are on all tilt and turn windows. The wood-burning fireplace and sleek open chefs' kitchen with blue Italian custom cabinets, a butcher block island, stainless steel appliances, and a vented hood complete the picture. There are built-in bookshelves on the staircase and on the upper floor and there is storage below the staircase.
There is a large common laundry room on the floor. The Silk Building has a beautiful shared roof deck with spectacular views. This Noho/Village location is one of downtown Manhattan's most vibrant neighborhoods which boasts wonderful restaurants, subway lines (N/R, 6, B/D/F/M) within a three-block radius. You are close to the city's best dining and shopping, near to Union Sq, Astor Pl, and Washington Sq Park, with easy access to major thoroughfares. Showings by Appointment Only with 24 Hour Notice Please. The Silk Building at 14 East 4th Street is a full-service pre-war condominium offering 24-hour concierge, live-in super and staff.
The historic Silk Building was originally built in 1908 as a silk garment factory, as shown in the lobby's two beautiful friezes, then was expertly converted in 1983 into the iconic landmarked condominium building it is today. Known for its famous retail tenant Tower Records in the '80s and '90s, the Silk Building is rich in cultural history and was home to many A-list musicians and celebrities. This full-service building offers a 24-hour doorman, a stunning lobby, a lovely roof deck, and immediate access to the 4, 5, and N, R trains. And conveniently located near New York University and The New School. Make 14 East 4th Street your new home.