118 N 9th St is a 25 foot wide brick 4 family townhouse in the heart of North Williamsburg. Built 4,000 square feet with 1,000 square feet of air rights, the building is semi-detached.Will be delivered vacant.
Lot size: 25x100
Building size: 25x40
CofO issued in 2014
Recent upgrades include electrical and mechanicals.
This choice vintage building bears the mark of the human hand both in its physical and spiritual nature. The walls hold the stories of many artists who have been welcomed through the doors and created work here. With a unique layout on each floor, the use of the apartments has varied throughout the years. What remains palpable in this building is the creative energy that you feel as you walk through. For the past 40 years, 118 N 9th St has historically housed many artists working in the realms of art, literature, film, and journalism and has been the inspiration for countless works of art. For the entirety of those four decades, the 3rd and 4th floors served as the home and studios of the poet Margot Farrington and the painter and media artist Tony Martin. The couple hosted many salons on both floors, and co-founded Writers At The Eyrie, the only residency program throughout the boroughs offering writers bed and board free while working and experiencing-perhaps for the first time-the wonders of New York City.
Throughout the home you'll find classic details including a Victorian-style ball-and-claw designed tub, fireplaces with original mantlepieces and exposed brick, intricately crafted handles and pulls, tin ceilings and wood frame windows - many with their original glass. The 60 foot backyard boasts mature trees and shrubs that provide shade on the hottest of days, including a Brown Turkey fig, Japanese maple, Pearl and beauty bushes and Oak leaf hydrangea.
Located on North 9th St between Berry St and Wythe Ave in Williamsburg, you couldn't ask for a better location, just steps from Bedford Avenue, the Williamsburg Waterfront, and all of the local amenities Williamsburg is best known for. 118 N 9th St is a five minute walk to the L train, and close to the G trains. A 7 minute walk brings you to McCarren Park and The East River Park. Additionally, the same 7 minute walk brings you to East River Ferry Landing for ferries going to Red Hook, Greenpoint, Midtown Manhattan and the Wall Street areas. A myriad of bike lanes, bus stops, and Citi bikes await.