Designed the German-born, award-winning Annabelle Selldorf and her team, 10 Bond Street is truly a beauty to behold. The exterior facade of the building is designed with weathered steel and earth-toned terra cotta, boasting automatic exterior window shades. The 7-story, 11-unit building will feature generously spacious floor plans, including nine beautiful 2- to 3-bedroom residences, one townhouse, and a penthouse. With the building facing the south, the oversized windows will allow for ample sunlight all year long. The kitchens are elegantly furnished with stainless-steel appliances. Additional building amenities include a sophisticated video intercom system and garages for select units.
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NYC Apartments for Sale in Greenwich Village
Greenwich 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. 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 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.
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One of the finest pre-war luxury condominiums on Greenwich Village's lower Fifth Avenue, 25 Fifth mixes classic pre-war design elements with modern Manhattan condo amenities in each apartment for sale. Just north of Washington Square in Greenwich Village, the landscaped garden entrance of 25 Fifth Avenue is every bit as welcoming as the pre-war condos for sale, and adding stunning contemporary amenities to that mix of Manhattan modernity and classic pre-war elegance makes 25 Fifth one of the most impressive luxury condo buildings in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City.
- 1 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $1,775,000
Set among one of New York City’s most famous neighborhoods, 137 East 13th Street is a post-war building located in Union Square. Surrounded by historic venues, restaurants and entertainment that line Greenwich Village, this building will invite New Yorkers from all over the city. This condo is conveniently placed among beautiful pre-war buildings and innovative architecture, boasting a refined lifestyle. 137 East 13th street is a well kept secret in Manhattan, ranking this innovative new building high in the New York City condo listings.
- 2 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $1,699,000
Originally built in 1906 and exhibiting classic pre-war character, 56 East on 13th street is a beautifully renovated Beau Arts building now a luxury New York condominium, set in Greenwich Village. Greenwich Village, famous for its rich history and many landmarks, is arguably the most famous section of Manhattan and has since lived up to its name. Residents of 56 East 13th Street condos will luxuriate in a savory restaurant and entertaining night life, just moments from Union Square. With its prime location and fine residence features, 56 East on 13th street ranks high in the New York City condo listings.
- 4 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $3,250,000
Bromley Caldari and Richard Mishaan crafted the elegant homes in 17 East 12th Street. Each condo has been reimagined for modern living, and light-flooded spaces feature splendid details, from oversized windows with sweeping views of the cityscape, to herringbone floors that call on Manhattan’s pre-war elegance.
With its unique approach to wellness and design, 66 East 11th Street was engineered to provide everything you'd expect from a luxury apartment in Greenwich Village, along with the worlds first WELL Certified residences. Originally built in 1897, the building was recently renovated to house 5 luxury loft spaces.
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.
For many people, Greenwich Village is Manhattan. The name conjures up images of Bob Dylan and the bohemian New York City of the past. To this day it remains one of the most popular neighborhoods in Manhattan, with a gritty bohemian feel, but is full of high-end luxury condos for sale. One such condo building is 130 West 12th Street, a pre-war conversion originally built in 1941. 130 West 12th Street is 12 stories high and contains 42 housing units, including 3 luxury penthouse suites. It is a LEED Silver certified green building in the fashionable style for new buildings, and a great example of the luxury that Greenwich Village has come to be known for. Completing this package is a vast array of amenities, which make these luxury Manhattan condos an excellent residential option.
Situated in bohemian Greenwich Village on the west side of Lower Manhattan, 184 Thompson Street is a 7-story luxury building constructed in 1910 consisting of 140 loft-like condominiums for sale. 184 Thompson Street’s pre-war condos are equipped with terraces, a doorman and a secluded roof deck that looks out on Bleeker Street and its illustrious nightlife venues. Recent renovations give the building a fresh, modern edge.