Articles on West Village Condominiums

Experience West Village Waterfront Views at 160 Leroy

A gorgeous, modern building still has availability in the West Village, an area of Manhattan known for it's beautiful, rarely available brownstone apartments. 160 Leroy offers possibly one of the last chances to own a home on the waterfront in this iconic neighborhood, so the homes inside that are still available a sure to move fast.

A Bronze Addition for the West Village: 100 Barrow

Arguably the most desirable neighborhood in lower Manhattan, the West Village has just added another boutique residential building to this quaint and exclusive area. 100 Barrow has already put homes on the market while the building wraps up construction.

Village Living: The Best Apartments in Downtown

While the Upper West and Upper East Sides of Manhattan will always be known for classic luxury, downtown is more popular than ever, and there are some beautiful apartment options in the three downtown villages of Manhattan - West Village, Greenwich Village, and East Village.

Extra, Extra! The Printing House Has Extra!

The Printing House West Village

The Printing House in the West Village is somewhat old news. Having been constructed in 1910, and converted into a residential loft rental building back in 1979 - then again converted to condominiums in 1987 - we can all but shrug upon hearing it mentioned. But don’t get bored just yet. Developers have made some mighty conversions to several of the quarters within the century-old printing house located on 421 Hudson Street.

150 Charles Street: Sizzling Up New York’s Real Estate Scene

150 Charles Street in the West Village

If we were to look at its architecture alone, 150 Charles Street in the West Village may not be as glitzy or glamorous as some of the other new buildings coming up in New York City. But while its exterior may be low profile, its interior is anything but ordinary—the luxury apartments being offered at 150 Charles Street have been selling like hot cakes ever since they came into the market in February. People have been lining up to snap up the homes at 150 Charles Street, and nearly half of the building’s 91 condos have already been sold.

The Odder Things In Life: Exploring The Evolution Store In Soho

Embellished skull at the Evolution Store

Undoubtedly, Soho is a location that has a lot to offer. One can choose from the plethora of luxury boutiques and sift through high-end clothing labels. Or one can indulge in the many scents exiting charming restaurants, which pepper the bustling streets. The historic cast-iron buildings are always available for a quick photo-op, and on the right day (or night) celebrity sightings can occur. Yet Soho has something else to offer, which will result in gawking, wondering, and the option of exiting a store with a human skull tucked under your arm.

More Families Eschewing Suburbs, Moving to Manhattan

The Aldyn in New York CityThe real estate firm Prudential Douglas Elliman released a report recently that looked at real estate prices and figures over the past ten years, and DNA Info noticed that the numbers pointed to an interesting new trend in the Manhattan condo market. More families are moving into condos in Manhattan than ever before. Traditionally, New Yorkers move out to the suburbs once they decide to have children, but judging from the number of three- and four-bedroom condos that sold in Manhattan from 2002 to 2011, those families are now eager to be in the city itself.

Developers Pushing for More And Larger Condos

Gramercy Park in ManhattanThe demand for high-end Manhattan apartments is a topic that has been covered tirelessly and extensively on New Construction Manhattan. As we mentioned earlier this month, the list of luxury condos buildings scheduled for 2012 is optimistically plentiful and highly reminiscent of the strong sales numbers from the fourth quarter in 2011. The real estate conversion movement from institutional buildings into luxury condos has garnered a great deal of attention and the New York Times recently reported that this is just the beginning. More than ever, developers are now tearing down the walls of smaller apartment units and combining them into fewer but bigger luxury condos.

Four Trends the Experts Predict Manhattan Will See in 2012

Predicting four manhattan real estate trends for 2012Earlier this month we wrote about how the Real Deal asked a group of real estate experts how they thought the luxury Manhattan condo market would play out in 2012. AM New York has written a similar story that analyzes what various real insiders are banking on in the new year. Some of the predictions from the two articles overlap, but AM New York also found some interesting new ideas, that could be meaningful to New Yorkers looking for luxury condos in Manhattan. We’ve compiled an overview of what exactly the experts say you should look for in the real estate market in 2012.