45 Christopher Street condominium located in Greenwich Village Manhattan, is an architecturally detail rich Bing & Bing building built in 1931. Converted to a condominium in 1986 with 18 floors 122 residences this beautiful Art Deco styled brown-brick building with two story ornate stone base sits directly in front of Sheridan Square’s triangular Christopher Park.
Developed by renowned Bing & Bing brothers and the architectural firm of Boak and Paris, the now landmarked residential building is highly coveted and sought-after for its gracious entry foyers with large arched doorways leading into wide spacious rooms, high beamed ceilings, hardwood floors thought, large oversized windows, huge closets, wood burning fireplaces and deep with exquisite Pre-war detailing and craftsmanship throughout these entire homes that is reminiscent of an era gone by. Standing in front of the building one can really appreciate the high level of detail in the building’s exterior stone work is which is quite extraordinary to see.
Amenities and services at 45 Christopher Street include 24 Hour Concierge and Doorman attended lobby, live-in superintendent, a elegant and impeccably restored lobby, a laundry room, bicycle storage room and a spectacular rooftop terrace that is lushly landscaped.
45 Christopher Street Condominium’s location at 45 Christopher Street between 7th Avenue and Waverly Place is a highly sought-after-location putting you right in the heart of Greenwich Village's Historic District and some of most sought-after real estate. Situated approximately two and half blocks down from Washington Square Park much of Downtown Manhattan’s nightspots, Chelsea’s and Soho’s galleries and venues that they are famously known for are just a short walk away, as is Sheridan Square and Union Square’s Farmers Market. Greenwich Village’s many spectacular restaurants and places like Annisa, Mas (farmhouse), Babbo, Fpb, Gotham Bar & Grill, One If By Land-Two If By Sea, Blue Hill, Palma, Blue Note and public transportation all within mere minutes short walk, plus much – much more.
Written by John Diamantopoulos