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Cecilia Serrano and Hala Lawrence have a listing for those who appreciate fine architecture--a one bedroom, 1-bath co-op at 240 Centre Street, also known as The Police Building.

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Caption: Cecilia Serrano and Hala Lawrence have a listing for those who appreciate fine architecture--a one bedroom, 1-bath co-op at 240 Centre Street, also known as The Police Building. The 1,100 s/f home in what is one of the most distinguished Renaissance Revival buildings downtown is "contemporary" and "loft like," say the brokers. There are 18 ft. ceilings, a Poggenpohl kitchen, washer and dryer and half bathroom on the first level. A spiral staircase leads to the master bed and bath above. The full service building has its own private garden and a gym. The asking prices is $1.85 million. 240 Centre Street was the New York City Police headquarters from 1909 to 1973. The building was converted to co-ops in 1988 after being landmarked in 1978 and listed on the national register of Historic Places.
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Comment:Cecilia Serrano and Hala Lawrence have a listing for those who appreciate fine architecture--a one bedroom, 1-bath co-op at 240 Centre Street, also known as The Police Building.(NEW LISTINGS)
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Aug 8, 2012
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