The full 11th floor at The Carl Fisher Building, in Historic NoHo, covers approximately 6,700 square feet at 62 Cooper Square. This loft apartment offers soaring 10'8" ceilings; 40 windows; and North, South, East, and West exposures. Views extend from The Empire State Building, over the East Village, and all the way around to One World Trade. This extraordinary space currently consists of 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, a billiard room, a library, and a gallery. The potential is limitless.
Built in 1926, and converted to condominium in 2001, the Carl Fisher Building is a stunning beige-brick building that offers a 24-hour doorman, full-time super, and porter. Adjacent to the building is The New York Health and Racket Club, and a public parking garage. Located across the street from the historic Cooper Union, and the newly renovated and expanded Cooper Square Park. 62 Cooper Square is at the crossroads of several of New York's most vibrant neighborhoods. A short distance to SoHo, Greenwich Village, Union Square, and the East Village - you are minutes away from the best parks, restaurants, and shopping downtown has to offer.