Between University Place & Broadway
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Info & Ratings - Overview
- Building Type: Cooperative
- Located in Greenwich Village
- 1900Year Built
This very attractive and robust, 6-story building was erected in 1900 and converted to a cooperative apartment building in 1983. It has 52 units.
The midblock building has a façade of yellow-orange brick and some very large arched windows on the next to the top floor. The top floor also has arched windows but they are considerably smaller.
It is close to New York University, Cooper Union and the New School for Social Research, many restaurants, the Strand Bookstore, and both Washington Square and Union Square parks. Madison Avenue buses are nearby on University Place and several subway lines are nearby as are crosstown buses.
This area of the Village is a very interesting mix of superb early commercial buildings, some fine pre-war apartment buildings, some large post-war apartment buildings, a bowling alley, and the exquisite Grace Episcopal Church nearby.
Whereas the best blocks of the Village were for decades considered to be on the west side of Fifth Avenue, the renaissance of Union Square and the Flatiron District have led to the rediscovery of this neighborhood that was once rather quiet, but now is very lively.
This building has a canopied entrance and high ceilings, but no garage, no doorman, no sidewalk landscaping, no health club and no balconies.
Carter B. Horsley
Features & Amenities
- Very convenient and lively east Greenwich Village location
- Close to many restaurants
- Close to the Strand Bookstore
- Excellent public transportation
- Large, arched windows on next to top floor
- Close to Union Square
- No health club
- No sundeck
- No garage
- No Balconies