Architects Sell Their 14 Horatio Street Co-op for $450K
Acclaimed architects Steven O’Neil and Mary Langan sold their 14 Horatio Street studio co-op apartment yesterday to Paul Bachant for $450,000.
Given current market conditions, that’s a modest $40,000 loss from when they first bought the West Village apartment for $490,00 in January 2006 from Leslie Banker.
The sellers founded O’Neil Langan Architects, the architecture and interior design studio that they’ve run for over 13 years. Their diverse client base includes a host of high-end retail establishments like Bloomingdales, Burberry and Agent Provocateur, purveyor of seductive lingerie; cultural institutions like the Museum of Modern Art, and The Bronx Zoo’s store. Their work also includes healthcare and hospitality businesses, private residences, and corporate interiors.
The 14th floor L-shaped alcove studio apartment has magnificent sun-filled views looking west, with a partial view of the Hudson River. The co-op has has 2½ rooms, and a monthly maintenance of $788.
The Van Gogh is located at the busy corner of Horatio Street and Eighth Avenue, just 430 feet away from the A, C, E, and L subway stops at West 14th Street. Jackson Square Park — one of New York City’s oldest — is just out the door, a quaint place to watch the world go by while reading the Times and drinking a cup of Joe.
Shareholders in this pet-friendly co-op have a host of conveniences, including a 24-hour doorman, a roof deck, bike room, laundry room, storage, and a superintendent who lives in the building.
Prudential Elliman broker Tony Sargent had the exclusive for this cooperative, listing the apartment for $485,000.