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Mark Twain Apartments, 100 West 12th Street: Review and Ratings

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Carter Horsley
Review of 100 West 12th Street by Carter Horsley

Named for legendary New York City enthusiast Mark Twain, who once lived in the immediate neighborhood, this venerable redbrick coop is located at Sixth Avenue and West 12th Street in Greenwich Village. A canopied entryway on quiet 12th Street leads into the elegant and newly renovated lobby and hallway, staffed by a part-time doorman. Built in 1956 and converted to co-ops in 1983, the six-story building has 82 total units, a mix of studios, 1-bedrooms and 2-bedrooms. The pet-friendly property offers on-site laundry, private basement storage, bike storage, a live-in super, and full-time maintenance staff. 

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at York Street corner of Front Street
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Manhattan views and Brooklyn character, 1 - 4-bed condos from $995K, 150,000-sf of indoor and outdoor amenities.
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