13-17 Harrison St., Manhattan
These 3 pre-war buildings are located in the very center of Tribeca, between Greenwich and Hudson Street. A large percentage of NYC housing stock is pre-war construction. Rooms are often big and architecturally detailed, with features such as crown and floor moldings, hardwood floors and thick, neighbor-proof plaster walls, fireplaces, and high ceilings. This sort of superior construction and quality floorplan can still fetch a premium on the market. All else being equal, a prewar apartment will cost about 12% more than its postwar counterpart, according to research conducted by Curbed University Adjunct Professor Jonathan Miller and NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy.
Type: 13 Harrison St: Mixed Residential & Commercial Condo
Type: 15 Harrison St: Multifamily & Office
Type: 17 Harrison St: Multifamily
Total Square Footage: 23,628 (11,428 + 5,700 + 6,500) square feet
Residential square feet: 18,842 (8,442 + 3,900 + 6,500) square feet
Retail square feet: 4,786 (2,986 + 1,800 + 0) square feet
Stories: 4.5 / 4 / 4 floors
Residential Units: 5 (1 + 2 + 2) units
Commercial Units: 2 (1 + 1 + 0) units
Construction: 1900 – 1920 (estimated)
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