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139 Perry Street
New York, NY 10014 (Greenwich Village West)

Property Information

Building Stories
1 Stories
Total Square Footage
1,972 sqft
Lot Dimensions
20 x 99 feet
Assessment
$312,300
 
1 available listing in this property

Available Listings in this Property

Unit/Floor Type Price Size Date listed Last updated
Ground Retail $25,000 per month 2,000 sqft 12/14/2011 03/13/2014

Property Details

Location Overview

Borough, Zip code
Manhattan, 10014
Block, Lot
633, 32
Lot Dimensions
20 x 99 feet
1,983 sqft
Buildings on lot
1
Alternate addresses
139 Perry Street

Building & Unit Details

Primary building
139 Perry Street
Built
1946
Last Altered
2001, 1981
Building Dimensions
20 x 99 feet
Stories
1
Class
K9: Miscellaneous Store Building
Units
1 total
Total floor area
1,972 sqft
Residential area
Not available
Commercial area
1,972 sqft
Retail area
1,972 sqft
Office area
Not available

Zoning and Floor Area Ratio (FAR)

Zoning
C1-6A
Underbuilt
 
As built
0.99
Max
4.00

Financial Details

Actual land
$90,000
Assessment
$312,300

Miscellaneous

Neighborhood

School district
2
City council
3
Census tract
75, 2003

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