MANHATTAN — A former St. Vincent's Hospital building is saying goodbye to bedpans and hello to featherbeds.
Rudin Management announced Monday that new condos at 130 W. 12th St. will hit the market beginning in late fall, with price tags ranging from $1.4 to $12.9 million each.
Units in the building, which was not included in the public review process currently under way for development of other St. Vincent's buildings, will have historic charm and modern conveniences, Samantha Rudin, vice president of Rudin Management, said in a statement.
“The ability to reside in a Greenwich Village prewar building with both my family’s high level of service and the newest green technologies appeals to homebuyers who value timeless architecture with a modern sensibility," she said.
The 42 units, which range from a 869-square-foot one-bedroom to a 3,875-square-foot four-bedroom, will have white oak hardwood floors, Sub-Zero and Viking appliances, and lighting designed by building architect Cook + Fox, according to the statement.
The landmark building's lobby will also have custom terrazzo marble floors and oak paneling with bronze accents.
Rudin Management expects to receive LEED certification for the building, which will produce some energy on site, have a green heating and cooling system, and provide filtered air and water, the statement said.
Sean Turner, executive vice president of Stribling Marketing Associates, the building's sales agent, said that prewar Greenwich Village apartments are rare.
“Offerings like this do not come along often and we expect to see — and are already seeing —unprecedented interest in this building," she said in the statement.
The company bought the building in 2007 and gutted it after St. Vincent's moved out in 2008, reducing the number of units in the office and residential complex from 100 to 42, according to The New York Times.
Model apartments and a sales office will open in November.