Finding a beautiful home in the West Village isn't always simple. That's not because there's a lack of stunning buildings in the area, but rather because these homes so rarely become available. Luckily, there are some stunning buildings from the early 2000s that still have West Village apartments up for grabs. Here are three condominiums that were built in 2004 and 2007 that still shine among the rest of the new constructions in the neighborhood.
This eco-friendly 11-story tower at 122 Greenwich Avenue holds 35 apartments ranging from one- to four-bedroom homes all crafted with energy efficient appliances giving this condominium the perfect blend of tech and luxury. Each home features floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings, washers and dryers, and warm Corian countertops within the gourmet kitchens along with walnut cabinets and a custom island. Amenities at One Jackson Square bring endless entertainment to its residents thanks to the fitness center, lounge space, day spa, green garden, rooftop deck with views, and more. Still available are one-bedrooms starting at $2,850,000, two-bedroom homes starting at $4,100,000, three-bedroom for $5,200,000, and four-bedroom penthouse that includes a private rooftop deck, outdoor kitchen and private swimming pool for $23,950,000.
This glassy 16-story condominium debuted in the West Village in 2004, but luckily the striking tower is still welcoming residents. Still available are studio homes starting at $1,550,000, three-bedroom apartments starting at $8,700,000 and four-bedroom homes for $9,500,000, all of which come with a variety of different layouts, but all include spacious living rooms, hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, walk-in closets within the bedrooms and a large kitchen with Bosch appliances, custom cabinets and more. The amenities at this West Village classic is worth mentioning as it holds a 55’ by 9’ sky lit pool with a glass wall waterfall, a state-of-the-art fitness center, screening room, lounge room, wine cellar, views from the garden terrace, and much more.
This all glass boutique condominium building may only stand eight stories, but it is still packed with luxury and comfort throughout. The 24 apartments inside feature 12-foot high ceilings, large windows, a mixture of stone and hardwood flooring, bathrooms with radiant floor heating, a large soaking tub, a rain shower enclosed in blue glass, and a vanity. The kitchens feature Sub-Zero Appliances, a wine cooler, custom cabinets and backsplash that tie the design together. Amenities at 166 Perry Street include a fitness center, extra storage space, doorman and concierge as well as endless views. Still available are two-bedroom homes starting at $2,500,000 and five-bedroom penthouse that includes a private terrace and more for $30,000,000.