Property search for Greenwich Village
25 Fifth Avenue is among one of the most attractive Greenwich Village towers situated on lower Fifth Avenue and just north of Washington Square Park. Consisting of 14 floors and 120 apartments, it is a pre-war condominium converted in 2000 with fabulous amenities that display the modern Manhattan lifestyle in Greenwich Village today.
147 Waverly Place Condominium is a fabulous Pre-war loft condominium conversion on a charming tree-lined street right in the heart of Greenwich Village Manhattan. Originally built in 1912 it was later converted in 2008 to 13 floors and 20 apartments consisting of half to full floor unique and spacious loft floor plans that range from two to four bedrooms. Standing in front of the building you will immediately notice this is not a cookie-cutter with the buildings seven sides that transfers to the inside space of the residences. The building’s exterior brick, limestone and cornice detail shows great craftsmanship and wonderful architecturally rich detail reminiscent of an era gone by. In the heart of Greenwich Village and some of most sought after real estate its just down from Washington Square Park and near much of Downtown Manhattan’s nightspots, Chelsea’s and Soho’s galleries and venues that they are famously known that for are just a short walk away, as is Sheridan Square. Many spectacular 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 a few minutes short walk plus much more.
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.
Astor Place is best described as truly one-of-a-kind, dramatic yet intimate residence with breathtaking panoramic views, that are easily one of the most recognizable set of incomparable modern living loft residences in Manhattan. Located at 445 Lafayette in Greenwich Village Manhattan Astor Place is an absolutely stunning expression of living art. Unlike any other development, everything from its exterior on through to its residences are an absolute must see. Designed by two of the country’s most renowned modern architects, Charles Gwathmey and Robert Siegel the building was built in 2004 with 21 floors and 39 superlative residences. The exterior is comprised of floor-to-ceiling glass panels on a completely asymmetrical sculpted tower best described as a serene rolling wave of water reflected in walls of floor to ceiling glass rising and falling in a smooth, fluid and tranquil wave of glass.
The Silk Building located at 14 East 4th Street in Greenwich Village Manhattan is a renowned landmarked building built in 1908 than later converted in 1987 into12 floors and 55 stunning loft condominium residences. Looking at any angle of the Silk Condominium one immediately knows they are looking at a special Italian-Renaissance structure whose building is rich in architectural detail throughout. With an exquisite four columns entrance, a stunning lobby and detail rich cornice adorning the exterior, it is an elegant building that is an enjoyment to see. These residences boast large spacious loft layouts, high beamed ceilings with large oversized windows, hardwood floors throughout and many are with fireplace. Well appointed kitchens and baths feature the finest finishes and appliances. Master bedrooms are large and spacious with large oversized windows. Few floor plans are multi level duplex living and the Penthouses boast wonderful terraces with one Penthouse as a triplex floorplan and another extraordinary Penthouse further boasting a stunning luxurious quadruplex floorplan
8 Union Square South condominium located in Greenwich Village Manhattan sits on the southwest corner of Union Square directly opposite Union Square Park. With only 2 apartments per floor it is an exceptional intimate and modern boutique condominium built in 2007 with 15 floors and 20 luxurious apartments. In the heart of downtown’s most dynamic and some of the most sought-after real estate. This location puts you at the crossroads to the Greenwich Village, Chelsea, Flatiron, East Village, and slightly to the south, Soho and NoHo. Situated just a few short blocks north of Washington Square Park much of Downtown Manhattan’s nightspots and Chelsea’s and Soho’s galleries and venues are all a short walk away, plus being across the street from the famous Union Square’s Farmers Market.
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 which is extraordinary to see.
Search all NYC Luxury Properties