Located in the South Street Seaport Historic District on what was once famed as the Street of Ships, this beautifully renovated 19th Century storehouse is comprised of 7 unique rental units and a ground floor retail space. 115 South Street represents an incredible investment opportunity in one of Manhattans trendiest neighborhoods. This property is being sold fully occupiedwith tenants in place in all 7 units as well as the retail space.
The building sits on the water and has a handsome red brick facade. Floors 2 through 4 consist of six lofts, each ranging from approximately tel sq. ft. These are currently configured as generously proportioned 1 bedroom residences with oversized windows, original wood floors, beams, and columns, and airy ceilings reaching over 9-ft in height on most floors. They are finished with whitewashed exposed brick and wood walls, immaculate all- white kitchens with marble counters, and Bosch and LG appliances. Each home has it's own LG washer/dryer. The 5th floor is a stunning floor-through two- bedroom, two-bathroom penthouse with soaring ceilings and two gorgeous skylights. Select apartments have marble bathrooms, original fireplaces, historic features, and views of the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge.
115 South Street is surrounded by a variety of restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops that line the cobbled streets of the South Street Seaport Historic District. The building is just one block from iPic Theaters and the brand new Pier 17, the latter of which will contain eateries by Jean Georges and Momofuku Group, ESPN broadcasting studios, and a state-of-the-art outdoor event space. The East River Esplanade is also nearby. Public transportation options include the 2/3/4/5/J/Z subway lines, the PATH train, and the East River Ferry. Pasanella & Son, Vintners, a boutique wine shop, is the current retail tenant.