Located on one of Greenwich Village's most charming corners - This pre-war duplex loft boasts soaring 14'ceilings, enormous arched windows, and bright Southern light. The living area features beautiful hard wood floors, dramatic exposed brick, and an original landmarked cast iron column in its foyer. A straight (not spiral) staircase leads up to the open loft sleeping area with its own HVAC unit and a giant walk-in closet. Built in 1868 as the McCreery Dry Goods Store, the historic Cast Iron Building is a landmark like no other. Designed by noted architect John Kellum and famous for its large Corinthian columns gracing its facade, it converted to residential coop in 1973 and became NYC's first residential conversion of any loft structure.The building is pet friendly and features full time doorman, live in super, impressive renovated lobby, beautiful landscaped roof deck, laundry, and bike storage. Steps from Union Square, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, The Strand Bookstore, all major transportation lines, the best shopping, and the finest restaurants in Manhattan.