The Candle Building


Building Description

From its Romanesque and grand exterior, it's hard to believe that 11 Spring Street used to be a candle factory. Once a street art gallery, The Candle Factory is now a condominium conversion that exudes Lower Manhattan luxury in Nolita, a neighborhood famed for its diversity and appreciation of alternative culture. A small area wedged between SoHo, NoHo, the Lower East Side, Little Italy, and Chinatown, Nolita borrows the best of all these neighborhoods. The result? An exciting place to live, only furthered by the exquisite condos for sale at The Candle Factory. With access to the subway just a few blocks away, New York City is your oyster from 11 Spring Street. Arched windows, solid wood floors, and indirect lighting define each condo for sale at 11 Spring Street. Industrial fixtures, a nod to The Candle Building's former use, hang over ornate counters, as teak wood flooring contrasts with white walls to create what can only be described as a mix of Old New York meets Mediterranean villa. Large roof terraces provide spectacular views of both the Lower and Midtown Manhattan skylines, while unusually high ceilings create a loft-type atmosphere. The Candle Building's bathrooms contain a fusion of classical styling with contemporary components and wood grain, spreading the motif of old and new throughout each residence. With cabinetry that blends into the wall, The Candle Building certainly defies expectations. Customizable indeed, the amenities at 11 Spring Street are defined by its residents. Parking is available with a unique wooden garage door, and personal washer/dryer sets are standard along with top-of-the-line appliances. Further, the pros of living in a townhouse, especially one this luxurious, are quiet visible. Security and privacy are paramount, but right outside your front door is an ever-changing and trendy neighborhood. The Candle Factory is one hot building, and it's not the candles.

Building Amenities

  • parking
  • rooftop deck


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Nearby Transportation

Bowery & Delencey St (2 min walk)

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Lafayette St & Spring St (3 min walk)

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6th Ave & Spring St (3 min walk)

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Subway data provided by NYC Open Data.


Originally part of Little Italy, this neighborhood North of today’s Little Italy has transformed into an upscale, coveted area of the city to call home. Nolita's brick and cast iron buildings are historic, defining the famous architecture the area is known for. The streets are lined with...


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