246 Spring Street, 1402
Manhattan, Soho       Avenue of the Americas & Varick Street

  • Price: $850,000
  • CC: $2,509
  • RE Taxes: $781
  • 2 Rooms
  • 1 Bath
  • 422 ASF [39 SM]
  • $2,014 APPSF [$21,681 APPSM]
  • Condo
  • Full Service
  • High-rise
  • 50% Financing Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
Apartment Features
  • Marble Bath
  • Oversize Bath
  • Soaking Tub
  • Stall Shower
  • East Exposure
  • Entry Foyer
  • City View
  • Skyline View
  • Central Air
  • Dishwasher
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Broker Summary
This beautiful fully furnished superior studio with Eastern opened views, floor to ceiling windows offering exquisite views of Manhattan skyline is a Perfect investment opportunity or pied-a-terre in the luxurious Condo hotel.This 422 square feet suite includes elegant custom furnishings by FENDI CASA interior design, a large closet for private storage, an over-sized bathroom with a marble soaking tub, glass enclosed walk-in shower and custom vanity, a master bedroom with a king size bed and a very sophisticated entertainment system.Located in the heart of Soho, one of the most fashionable neighborhoods of Manhattan, the trump Soho is close to world-class art galleries, excellent restaurants and designer shops.This 5 star luxury condo hotel offers all exceptional amenities including: World Class Dining at the Koi SoHo, state of the art fitness center, personalized concierge services all year round, 11,000 square foot spa, library, business center, pool deck, cocktail lounge and much more!Entirely designed by Handel architects with interiors by the Rockwell Group, Owners may occupy this unit for up to 120 days annually and 29 days in any 36-day period. Make this your best investment ever.
Building Details
  • Ownership Condo
  • Service Level Full Service
  • Access Elevator
  • Financing Allowed 50%
  • Pet Policy Pets Allowed
  • Building Type High-rise
  • Age Post-war
  • Year Built 2009
  • Floors/Apts 46/391
Your Agent

Kyu Chon

212-688-1000 [ext 148]


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