The Schumacher


36 Bleecker Street - NoHo / NoLIta

Property Description

Apartments for sale

Apartments for sale

Apartments for rent

Apartments for rent

Buildings Facts

New Development: 
Building year: 
2013 / converted, built in 1920
36 Bleecker Owner LP / A Stillman Development International / LLC affiliated company
Morris Adjmi Architects
Pets allowed
Direct Phone: 

Building Amenities

  • 24-Hour Concierge
  • BBQ
  • Bicycle Storage
  • Children’s Playroom
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Garden / Courtyard
  • Gym
  • Laundry in Building
  • Library
  • Package Room
  • Private Storage
  • Roof Terrace

Apartment Amenities

  • General
  • Hardwood Floors
  • High Ceilings
  • Pre-war details
  • Self-Controlled Heat & A/C
  • Walk-in Closet
  • Washer and Dryer
  • Kitchen
  • Dishwasher
  • Natural Stone Countertops
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Top of the line Appliances
  • Bathroom
  • Dual Sinks
  • Glass Shower
  • Marble Bathroom
  • Oversized Mirror
  • Rain Shower

Price History & Trends

Rating, Pros & Cons

Luxury Rating

Building Amenities 86%
Apartment Features 96%
Score 90%

Building Pros

  • Prime SoHo Location
  • Great Subway Connections
  • Convenient to Shopping and Dining

Building Cons

  • Some Traffic

What's happening here?

Schumacher Penthouse Hits the Market for $23M
The Schumacher rooftop terrace
Saturday, 22 Jun 2013
Noho’s latest superstar, the Schumacher at 36 Bleecker Street, just listed its first penthouse, PHB, for $23 million. The Schumacher, which is currently hidden under netting while being restored by star architect Morris Adjimi, is getting surprisingly more buzz than expected. Douglas Elliman’s John Gomes, who’s co-leading the marketing...
Condo Conversion Revealed at 36 Bleecker Street — The Schumacher
36 Bleecker Street - The Schumacher - Noho NYC
Friday, 29 Mar 2013
Noho’s newest condo conversion at 36 Bleecker Street has just launched its teaser website with details, prices, and photos. The building will have 20 two- to four-bedroom loft units priced from approximately $3 million to $25 million. One part of the building was built in the 1860s and another in the 1880s; it was once home to the...