190 Prince Street
190 Prince Street is situated just south of West Houston on the corners of Prince Street and Sullivan Street in SoHo, one of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods. The coveted site, located in SoHo’s SullivanThompson Historic District, benefits from the neighborhood’s turn-of-thecentury charm and upscale amenities. Proximity to transportation also provides easy access to Downtown and Midtown Manhattan.
Avison Young is engaged as exclusive agent for Ownership to offer for sale 190 Prince Street in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan (“Property” or “Site”). The Property consists of a former rectory and sanctuary delivered vacant situated across 3 stories plus English basement on the southwest corner of Prince Street and Sullivan Street. Prominent on a quiet, tree-lined street corner, the L-shaped building encompasses 13,666± square feet (including English basement) and a large rear yard. The 4,620± square foot lot falls within a R7-2 zoning district, which affords the underbuilt structure additional expansion and/or replacement potential for both residential and community facility use. Residential uses, envisioned as either luxury condominiums or a one-of-kind single family townhome, benefit from the potential to expand or replace the current 13,666± square foot structure (including English basement) with up to 15,893± square feet above grade. The site can accommodate even greater community facility bulk with a maximum of 30,030± zoning square feet. The Property lies within the Sullivan-Thompson Historic District but has been ascribed a “non-contributing” status, which may allow for the demolition of the existing structure after an acceptable replacement building is presented to and approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Investors should consult with their zoning counsel to determine massing feasibility and LPC process. 190 Prince Street presents a unique opportunity for an end-user, investor or developer to acquire an irreplaceable location in one of Manhattans most prestigious neighborhoods