At the Southeast corner of Eighth Avenue corner of Hudson Street
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- Info & Ratings
- Available Apartments (8)
- Sold Data
(2 available apts - updated June 14, 2013)
(2 available apts - updated June 17, 2013)
(1 available apt - updated June 11, 2013)
(3 available apts - updated June 17, 2013)
- 1931Year Built
One of the most handsome, large, pre-war apartment buildings in the West Village, this 17-story, brown-brick building fronts on a small, Eighth Avenue park.
It was one of two similar buildings overlooking the park that were erected in 1931 and they were both converted to condominiums in 1986.
The other building is the 18-story 302 West 12th Street.
Both buildings are convenient to public transportation two blocks to the north at 14th Street, and are also very close to the Chelsea and Meatpacking districts.
With a distinctive watertank enclosure in a Tuscan style, this 182-unit building has very nice proportions.
Not far from the Hudson River, the building is located in an area that is noted for its numerous restaurants, attractive townhouses, older industrial properties (many of which have been converted for residential use), and an irregular street pattern.
Features & Amenities
- FT Doorman
- Historic West Village neighborhood
- Across from small park
- Not far from the Hudson River
- Cross-town buses and express subway stop are two blocks away on 14th Street
- Many attractive buildings in vicinity
- Some terraces
- No concierge
- No garage
- No health club
- No balconies
- Considerable traffic on Eighth Avenue