This seven-story red-brick building was built in 1915 and converted to 44 condominium apartments in 1984. Considered by some to be the only full-service pre-war condominium residence in the charming and sophisticated Nolita neighborhood, 14 Prince Street offers a private inner courtyard garden with a tranquil Koi pond, waterfall and trees; some apartments have arched openings over inner passageways. Additional building amenities include a full-time doorman (till midnight), laundry room, bicycle room and video intercom security. The building's location in the vibrant Nolita/SoHo neighborhood in downtown Manhattan puts it in the perfect spot for experiencing the city's hottest restaurants and cafes, luxury shopping, culture and entertainment and just steps from the 6/N/R/1/9 trains.
Douglas Elliman Real Estate