One Bond Street
New York, New York 10012
One Bond Street Luxury Prewar condominiums
The One Bond Street condominium building was built in 1871, has 20 units and was originally called the Robins and Appleton building. The Building was converted to condominiums in 1987 and was designed by Architect Steven Hatch. It has an ornate cast iron facade and is 6 stories tall. There are tin ceilings and ornate support columns thoughout that gives these apartments a true loft feeling.
The Neighborhood is full of special places to go
Being close to Soho and Tribeca and Greenwich Village, One Bond street does not lack for plenty of things to do. There are spectacular resturants, Art galleries, and fun shops to visit. The transportation is convienient and give you easy acces to the whole city.
Some special feature at One Bond Street
- High ceilings
- built in 1871
- tin ceilings
- wood floors
- pet friendly
- ornate support columns
- open loft like floorplans
- ornate cast iron building
- close to all transportation
- near Greenwich Village, Soho and Tribeca
For a private tour of this building, contact the luxury condominium experts-The Eric Janssen Team
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