Constructed in 1894, the lovely Hohner Building at 46 Mercer Street in New York was converted into residential condominiums in 2004 and forms the mid block between Grand and Broome Streets. It presents a great option for professionals looking to rent office space with living accommodation in vibrant SoHo.
Where the M. Hohner company once produced their world-famous harmonicas, tenants can now enjoy luxurious apartments with hardwood and marble floors and oversized windows that allow an abundance of natural light into the building. 46 Mercer Street in New York also boasts Juliet balconies on some floors and has a key-locked passenger elevator that opens into the live/work spaces.
The mixed residential and commercial building at 46 Mercer Street in New York is dog-friendly and allows bike storage. Apartments boasts gourmet kitchens and designer bathrooms, living rooms with period details like fireplaces and 14' ornate stucco ceilings. Apartments have central air-conditioning and north, south and western exposures.
This sought-after neighborhood is brimming with chic fashion boutiques and trendy coffee shops, great restaurants and multiple transit lines such as A, C, E, J, N, Q, R, Z, 1 and 6.
46 Mercer Street in New York features a beautiful limestone facade in neoclassical style.
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