The Lofts @ 111 Pine offer nine modern apartments in close proximity to Downtown’s Waterfront Pedestrian Bridge, as well as the Corning Preserve - great resources for recreation.
Amenities in this luxury project include exposed brick walls, washer/dryer, and a controlled access lobby. Two penthouse units include interior staircases leading to fifth floor bedrooms with iconic views.
Constructed in 1847, the property was originally owned by engraver and lithographer Richard Pease from the time of its construction until 1862. Pease maintained the "Temple of Fancy," a variety store on the premises, and it is believed that the first Christmas card in the United States was printed by Pease in this building. It was later the home of numerous small businesses, including three florists, and in 1924, the novelty shop of Samuel Wenger. A beauty supply store was once operated here, and from the late 1950s, Braun's Appliance store was housed here.
In the 1980s, the building was converted to office space. Very little has changed on the Broadway front of the building, except that it was located in the middle of the block between Maiden Lane and Steuben Street until the 1980s, when Pine Street was extended eastward to Broadway.
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PRICE - Starting at $900
BEDROOMS - One and Two bedrooms
DATE AVAILABLE - Currently renting based upon availability