Devonshire House

28 East 10th Street | Greenwich Village

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28 East 10th Street | Greenwich Village

Yes, it has a prime Greenwich Village location at 28 East 10th Street, but it's more than an exceptional Greenwich Village location that makes Devonshire House one of the most exceptional pre-war condo listings in the Village. The recipient of a top-to-bottom restoration during its conversion to condominiums, Devonshire House is a pre-war condo that offers some very contemporary Manhattan comforts. Factor in an elite slate of amenities and the aesthetic grace unique to pre-war Manhattan condominiums, and it's easy to see why Devonshire House is one of the most sought-after condo listings in Greenwich Village.

Devonshire House has been at 28 East 10th Street, just a few blocks from Union Square and at the westernmost edge of the East Village, since 1928. The handsome red brick apartment building only recently became a condominium, though, and the condo conversion led to an overhaul of both the public spaces and the apartments for sale. It helps that the apartments for sale at Devonshire House had great, pre-war "bones" -- high ceilings add an airy sense to each room, pre-war moldings abound, and oversized windows bathe each apartment at Devonshire House in natural light. The upgrades that came with Devonshire House's conversion to condominiums offer subtle, stylish updates to the pre-war residences -- the kitchens feature new white woodwork, composite glass countertops and Sub Zero refrigerators; the marble-accented baths have heated floors.

The amenities at Devonshire House are every bit as impressive as the condominiums for sale. A 24-hour doorman and concierge service add convenience to the living experience, while other amenities offer services rarely found at pre-war condos. Devonshire House's private fitness center is appointed with state-of-the-art exercise equipment, while the children’s play room adds a family-friendly touch. Also, as befits its name -- Devonshire House’s look was inspired by London’s original Devonshire House -- Devonshire House is also home to a traditional English courtyard garden, as well as a landscaped rooftop terrace. A very modern Greenwich Village condominium that happens also to be a classic pre-war Manhattan condominium, Devonshire House is one of the elite pre-war condo listings in the Village.

1 Bedroom Apartments

Starting at $2,300,000
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2 Bedroom Apartments

Starting at $3,300,000
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Apartment Info


  • Built-in Closets
  • Fireplace
  • Hardwood Floor
  • High Ceilings
  • Individual A/C and Heating
  • Terrace
  • Walk-in Closets
  • Washer and Dryer


  • Bathtub
  • Glass Shower
  • Marble
  • Oversized Mirror
  • Radiant Heating


  • Bosch Appliances
  • Dishwasher
  • Marble Countertops
  • Sub-Zero Appliances
  • Wine Cooler

Devonshire House Info


Year Built


Year Converted


Number of Apartments


Number of Floors


Building Access



Cooper Square Realty


Emery Roth & Sons


Emery Roth & Sons

Service Level



Pre-war Mid-rise

Building Amenities:

  • Bike Room
  • Children's Playroom
  • Cold Storage
  • Courtyard
  • Fitness Center
  • Garden
  • Storage Room

Building Features:

  • Business Meeting Room
  • Concierge
  • Library
  • Lounge
  • Nursery
  • Rooftop Deck
  • Wine Cellar
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Price Jump At Devonshire

Owners of apartment #5K at the Devonshire House have put the apartment on the market for $5.4 million, after originally purchasing it two years ago for $3,590,349, Curbed reports.