411 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003
- 100 sqft
- $550 /mo est
|6th Floor||100 sqft||$550 /mo est|
- 0.11 mi🚇6Astor Place
- 0.14 mi🚇RW8th Street-NYU
- 0.21 mi🚇6Bleecker Street
- 0.29 mi🚇BDFMBroadway-Lafayette Street
- 0.34 mi🚇F2nd Avenue-Lower East Side
- 0.4 mi🚇RWPrince Street
- 0.43 mi🚇45614th Street-Union Square
- 0.44 mi🚇L3rd Avenue
- 0.45 mi🚇LNQRW14th Street-Union Square
- Owner/Leasing ManagerHimmel & Meringoff
- Walk Score®100
- Noise Index0.87
A distinctive prewar building in the desirable and historic NoHo area of downtown Manhattan is home to the terrific 411 Lafayette Center. It occupies the top floor of this renovated boutique property, which is strategically located between 4th Street and Astor Place in this vital part of New York City. Small businesses are particularly attracted to the area. They include a diverse range of companies such as magazine publishers, fur dealers and a theatrical casting company, and bigger firms specializing in construction, health, and medical laboratories. The property's tenants include New York University and an antiques retailer on the ground floor. The center is close to Washington Square and accessible via metro with Astor Place Station or 8th Street New York University Station nearby.. A picturesque street, this section of Lafayette Street is lined with European-Style buildings. 411 Lafayette has received coveted landmark status for its unique architectural details, including a brick and terra cotta facade with cast iron accents. Centrally located downtown by Astor Place, 411 Lafayette is located nearby to the creative campus life of NYU and Cooper Union. Units within 411 Lafayette feature lovely architectural details as well, including exposed, historic columns and brick walls.
NoHo, short for North of Houston Street, has an artsy sensibility that extends back many decades. Previously home to iconoclasts like Basquiat and Warhol, NoHo can also lay claim to being the Birthplace of Punk, where the now-defunct CBGB & OMFUG rock club was located. Proximity to other downtown neighborhoods like SoHo, Lower East Side, Nolita, Little Italy, and East Village make it a convenient locale for after hours recreation.
Today, NoHo is still one of New York City's funkiest neighorhoods, with a deep roster of live music, theater, trendy bars, record stores, and popular bistros to keep the locals busy. Its buildings also display a heady mix of downtown chic, gritty pragmatism, and historic grandeur; not unlike its SoHo sibling (except with more reasonable rents). Commercial tenants can expect office space for rent in the vicinity of $66/sqft.