NYC Apartments for Sale Greenwich Village

Apartments for rent in the Village, NYCGreenwich Village’s elegant 19th-century row houses and stately mid-rise apartment homes  have earned the neighborhood its status as a New York City Historic District. But New Yorkers know that Greenwich Village's historic buildings are just part of what makes this iconic Manhattan neighborhood, which runs from Houston Street to 14th Street and from Bowery to Seventh Avenue, one of the most vital and vibrant places to live in Manhattan. The section of Greenwich Village known as NoHo, which is bounded by Houston Street and Bowery Street as well as Astor Place and Broadway, is home to many desirable lofts.

Pick a trend in New York City culture, and chances are that at least a portion of its formative years took place in Greenwich Village. Such disparate New York artists as Eugene O'Neill, Lenny Bruce, Bob Dylan, Isadora Duncan and Dylan Thomas have called Greenwich Village home, and while the Village has naturally lost some of its creative edge during a half-century of gentrification, it is still very palpably and very endearingly Greenwich Village. The neighborhood is still home to numerous jazz clubs, live music venues, art house movie theaters, record stores and funky little joints of all kinds. As it has long been, Greenwich Village remains one of the more interesting food neighborhoods in New York City: history-rich coffee shops share the tree-lined blocks with one-of-a-kind restaurants ranging from Michelin-starred Mario Batali eateries to iconic brick-oven pizzerias to beloved hole-in-the-wall falafel spots. All that history and all that culture have kept Greenwich Village vital, while a number of big-ticket Greenwich Village condominiums -- both pre-war condo conversions and new construction listings -- have helped keep the Village a great place to live, even if Dylan Thomas (or even Bob Dylan) probably wouldn’t recognize the place these days.

The Beaux-Arts pre-war condo conversion at 56 East 13th Street, for instance, is a classic Greenwich Village condominium -- a stately building with an old New York feel, albeit fitted out with some very contemporary luxury condominiums. The new construction luxury condominium 14W14, at 14 West 14th Street, on the other hand, is every bit a modern Manhattan condominium, from its glassy looks to the modern apartments for sale. They’re neighbors -- it’s about a three minute walk from one to the other -- and in today’s Greenwich Village, nothing could make more sense. It's a testament to Greenwich Village's enduring cool and eclecticism that these Greenwich Village condo listings -- which initially seem to have little in common beyond offering apartments for sale in Greenwich Village -- both fit so well within the neighborhood. Now, as ever, Greenwich Village contains multitudes, and does so in style.

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Printing House Printing House

421 Hudson Street, Greenwich Village

Exterior - 421 Hudson Street Greenwich

The Printing House at 421 Hudson Street is an elegant pre-war building that boasts of a classic Italian Renaissance palazzo style of architecture, beautiful, expansive apartments and a number of desirable modern amenities.

A Building A Building

425 East 13th Street, East Village, Greenwich Village

 Building  - 425 East 13th Apartments for Sale in Greenwich Village

425 East 13th Street’s A Building is a modern loft-style high-rise designed by renowned architecture firm Cetra Ruddy. The plentiful amenities include a swimming pool and enclosed courtyard garden. In the up-and-coming neighborhood of East Village, A Building exemplifies New York luxury at its best.

Cast Iron House Cast Iron House

67 Franklin Street, Greenwich Village

Cast Iron House- condominium for sale NYC

The Cast Iron House is characterized by the harmony of its past neoclassicism and modern minimalism in Greenwich Village.

25 Fifth Avenue 25 Fifth Avenue

Greenwich Village, Noho

25 Fifth Avenue NYC Condos - Apartments for Sale in Greenwich Village

As a pre-war luxury condominium, 25 Fifth Avenue mixes older design elements with the modern luxuries of any Manhattan condo. The building sits along lower Fifth Avenue, just north of Washington Square Park. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, digital security system, and private storage facilities.

184 Thompson 184 Thompson

184 Thompson Street, Greenwich Village

184 Thompson NYC apartments for Sale

Greenwich Village’s 184 Thompson Street is a post-war condos have luscious features such as terraces, stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone countertops with mouth-watering breakfast bars. The surrounding neighborhood boasts an endless list of restaurants, bars, clubs, and night venues to spice up the New York City nights.

Devonshire House Devonshire House

28 East 10th Street, Greenwich Village

Devonshire House NYC Condos - Apartments for Sale in Greenwich Village

A Greenwich Village pre-war condo, Devonshire House boast both grace and edge. Located on 28 East 10th Street, Devonshire House offers high ceilings, SubZero appliances, and white woodwork make for elegant leaving. The pre-war apartments for sale list a traditional English garden and rooftop terrace among its amenities.

147 Waverly Place 147 Waverly Place

Greenwich Village

147 Waverly Place - NYC condo for sale

Set in the trendy backdrop of the West Village, 147 Waverly Place is a notable pre-war condominium built in 1912 that was recently renovated. With 12 floors, this luxury condo towers over most of the neighboring builds, giving mid-to-upper level apartments a wonderful view of the downtown skyline. 147 Waverly Place houses 20 half and full floors, which contain apartments ranging from 2-to-4 bedrooms. Kitchens come equipped with Valcucine Artematica cabinets, stainless steel counters, Sub-Zero refrigerators, and stone floors.

215 Sullivan 215 Sullivan

Greenwich Village

215 Sullivan - Greenwich Village

215 Sullivan Street is a seven-story condominium offering 25 modern residences in historic Greenwich Village. The landmarked building, built by the renowned Calvert Vaux in the Victorian Gothic style, has undergone a tasteful expansion to bring contemporary homes to the classic neighborhood.

Morton Square Morton Square

1 Morton Square, Greenwich Village

Apartments for sale at 1 Morton Square

1 Morton Square, a full-service luxury condominium built in 2004, not only offers up spacious, luxe interiors, and top amenities but its West Village location and Hudson River views complement the exterior of its gorgeous, glassy architecture.

66 East 11th Street 66 East 11th Street

Greenwich Village

66 East 11th Street NYC condos for sales

Designed with wellness in mind, the modern features at 66 East 11th Street are everything you'd expect from the worlds first WELL certified residences.