Greenwich Court Condominiums are comprised of two sister buildings that take up a full block front each on Greenwich Street. The first most northern building is located at 275 Greenwich Street between Murray Street and Warren Street and the second at 295 Greenwich Street is between Warren Street and Chambers street in Tribeca Manhattan.
Built in 1986 both buildings are known for their unique windowed rounded corner and roof top ornamental iron cages resembling large rounded open solarium. With seating under the ornamental iron cages you can enjoy the evening sky and stars. Built with 11 floors and 261 apartments combined in both buildings one condo board operates and over see’s both buildings. Apartments range from studios to 3 bedroom with several combination apartments that have been combined over the years by individual owners.
To support the residents the buildings feature 24 hour full service doormen attended lobby in both buildings, open roof decks with great views of the Manhattan Skyline plus seating areas under the open ornamental iron rounded solarium, porters and a live-in super laundry rooms, numerous storerooms, and bicycle rooms.
Greenwich Court Condominium’s at 275 Greenwich Street is a fantastic location and highly sought after area with easy access to much of Downtown Manhattan. You are across the street from Whole Foods and PS- 234 and close to Wall Street, fabulous restaurants, nightlife and shopping, Soho, West Village, and public transportation. You are also just short steps two blocks to the Hudson River Waterfront with its waterfront running and bike paths new boardwalk, and basketball and tennis courts that makes downtown living so attractive. Plus you have quick easy access to the Holland Tunnel, West Street and the West Side Highway as well as Canal Streets.
Written by John Diamantopoulos