The Devonshire House is a classic NYC pre-war building. With a blend of traditional Italian and English detailing, it was built in 1928 and designed by architect Emery Roth. The building is 15 stories high and is home to 134 units, which range in size from one to four bedrooms.
Apartments have special features including oak flooring, custom-designed moldings, brass hardware accents, built-in-closets, high ceilings, fireplaces and washer/dryer. Kitchens contain marble countertops, custom vanities, premium appliances, custom-made cabinetry and wine coolers. The master bathrooms have beautiful marble accents with a glass-enclosed shower, bathtub, and radiant heating floors for those cold winter months.
Amenities include concierge services, 24-hour doorman, private fitness center, library, children’s playroom, bike room, individual storage units, cold storage for groceries, laundry room, courtyard garden and a landscaped rooftop terrace.
Located in Greenwich Village, Devonshire House is surrounded by eclectic shopping, dining and culture. The building is close to Washington Square Park and other fantastic neighborhoods, such as Soho and Union Square. Subway lines are just a short walk away, making the rest of the city within easy reach. The Devonshire House is the perfect mix between classic and contemporary living.