We love the former Catholic school building at 205 Warren Street that this 1,300-square-foot loft apartment’s in. Built in 1887, the former St. Paul’s Parish School is now a 27-unit co-op. The second-floor apartments have 14-foot ceilings, making them ripe spaces for loft mezzanines. Two other similar apartments have sold recently, #2E for $995,000 this past July and #2H for $990,000 back in the summer of ’06. Based on those data points, #2A looks priced on the money to sell at $995,000, unless you think the market uncertainty of recent months merits a discount. Man, those windows are to die for.
205 Warren Street [FSBO] GMAP P*Shark
Former Catholic School on Warren Street [Brownstoner]
Residential Sales 6/2/06 [Brownstoner]
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