Spring Street Condominiums - 60 Spring Street
Located in one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods on Spring and Lafayette Streets, Spring Street Condominiums is home to 41 luxury residences boasting luxury finishes and high-end design. Previously the headquarters of a bank designed by Cass Gilbert in 1924, Spring represents 13 stories of early 20th century neo-classical architecture, as reflected in its impressive ring of columns adorning its first four stories. Surrounded on all sides by the Lower East Side, Nolita, and SoHo, the building is coddled by vibrant nightlife, culture and fashion in one of the most central transportation hubs of Manhattan.
Address: Spring Street Condominiums, 60 Spring Street
Service: Full Service
Apartments: 41 (from 900 to 2,700 sq. ft.)
Year Built: 2004
Apartments: hardwood floors, high ceilings, washers and dryers
Kitchens: SubZero refrigerators, dishwashers
Bathrooms: Tea for two bathtub
Building: rooftop garden, private storage facilities, concierge
Notable: The developer is Leviev Boymelgreen. The architects are Ismael Leyva Architects.
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