Civil War Roots in Nolita, 262 Mott Street, Penthouse 410

A Civil War armory, turned ice cream factory, turned condo -  there is something magical about historic structures that have been restored and repurposed for residential use. They are typically labors of love and this Nolita gem at 262 Mott Street is no exception.  Combine great bones with architectural zest and a bit of drama and you arrive at the latest edition to our “Apartments We Love” series.   Penthouse 410 represents ...

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A Hidden Palace in Nolita: 4 Centre Market Place

Although Nolita enjoys a prime downtown location it remains a bit of an enigma to most New Yorkers.  Nolita, which stands for north of Little Italy, was pretty much annexed by the real estate community in the late 1990s and bestowed with a fresher, hipper name to increase the neighborhood cache and to drive development.   4 Center Market Place, which sits directly behind the former police headquarters building at 1 Center ...

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Opulence For a Few – 224 Mulberry Street

A crown jewel among the six-story walkups from a century past, 224 Mulberry Street seems miscast in its Nolita surrounds.  But miscast as it may, this wonderful building blends it beautifully with its neighbors, nary interrupting the streetscape or the historic sensibilities of Mulberry Street.  The treasure is inside these walls, a true eye-opening experience for apartment voyeurs or residents lucky enough to live in this exquisite condominium. Completed in 2015, ...

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