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A five-story walk-up apartment building at 59 Morton Street located in the historic district of Greenwich Village sold in an all cash transaction valued at $3,700,000.

Located on the North side of Morton Street between Hudson Street and Seventh Avenue, this 25’ wide apartment building contains approximately 6,680 square feet. It is comprised of two rent stabilized tenants; one rent controlled tenant and a vacant parlor and third floor. Built in 1828 for Cornelius Oakley, this house was selected in the 1930s by the Federal Arts project of the Index of American Design as the most outstanding example of late Federal style in New York City.

Neighborhoods: Greenwich Village/ Agents: John Ciraulo