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All renderings of 15 Greenwich Avenue (second from left) via Meltzer/Mandl Architects for Landmarks Preservation Commission All renderings of 15 Greenwich Avenue (second from left) via Meltzer/Mandl Architects for Landmarks Preservation Commission
After months of Zoom hearings, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (“Landmarks”) is set to resume in-person hearings on Tuesday, July 20, with face coverings required for applicants and members of the public. Among the proposals scheduled for that day is one to demolish the one-story building currently on-site at 15 Greenwich Avenue and construct a new one measuring six stories and approximately 63 feet high. The site is located in the heart of the Greenwich Village Historic District.
 
 
 
 
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A presentation prepared by Meltzer/Mandl Architects shows several examples of recently approved buildings in the Greenwich Village Historic District that range from the glassy, ultra-modern One Jackson Square to the stone mega-mansion at 145 Perry Street. Renderings of the new building, though, show a context-sensitive design featuring a red brick facade and tasteful aluminum and glass storefront. It is far from the tallest building on its block, and the design features tilt-and-turn windows, cast-stone lintel, a ventilated rain screen system, and a cornice. Permits filed in January 2021 call for ground-floor retail, a full-floor apartment, and a quadruplex apartment on top. Both residential units will have private terraces, and a roof terrace is also planned.
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The new building is planned for the site of a 17-foot-high commercial building dating back to 1937. The restaurants previously on-site, Niu Noodle House and Grano Trattoria, have long since closed, and the site has sat vacant since hosting a ChaShaMa artist space. Demolition permits were filed in June 2021.
21-Greenwich-Avenue-01 21 Greenwich Avenue (corner; 15 Greenwich Avenue in the background) via BKSK Architects
It remains to be seen how Tuesday’s hearing will play out - Landmarks approved a similarly-scaled project a few doors down at 21 Greenwich Avenue, but Village Preservation has already commented that it “strongly opposes” the new design for 15 Greenwich Avenue. Indeed, Greenwich Village preservationists are famously protective of their neighborhood. It took a few trips to Landmarks for 200 West 11th Street, a boutique rental that replaced a poorly maintained commercial building, to receive approval. Additionally, it took over three and a half years and several Landmarks presentations before a new tower designed by the esteemed Robert A.M. Stern Architects was approved for 14-16 Fifth Avenue.
Moreover, locals have become cynical about adding luxury housing to an area that made a name for itself as an artists’ enclave. One objection to 14-16 Fifth Avenue was the idea of replacing “relatively affordable housing” in the old buildings with “super-luxury” condos in the new tower, which is located in an already expensive neighborhood. According to CityRealty listings, there are currently 30 condos on the market in Greenwich Village with a median price of $4.325 million.
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Full-Floor Homes in Greenwich Village
53-East-10th-Street-01 All images of 53 East 10th Street via Sotheby's International Realty
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From the listing: Here on leafy 10th Street, one of the most desirable blocks in Greenwich Village, is the perfect loft. Eleven-foot ceilings, sunny south exposures through huge picture windows, exposed brick walls and wood plank flooring are just a few of this authentic loft's exceptional features. The custom stainless steel cabinetry in the renovated chef's kitchen provides enormous storage while offering a uniquely attractive design. Steel casement doors frame the guest area/library and there is ample room for dining, lounging and entertaining in this incredibly spacious loft that readily accommodates a baby grand. See full details here.
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52-East-4th-Street-01 All images of 52E4 via Douglas Elliman
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From the listing: Dramatic and chic full floor condominium is now available on the red-hot Bowery. Elevator opens directly into this beautiful lofted home with soaring ceilings and immense windows. Its proximity in the building on the 8th floor, perched just above all neighboring rooftops, offers contextual views of bygone architecture and classic water-towers, as well as, panoramic views of the iconic New York skyline. This modern smart-home is fitted with two zone HVAC, audio with built-in speakers, power shades throughout, a sleek white-lacquered and corian kitchen, and sumptuous bathrooms. See full details here.
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173-Perry-Street-01 All images of 173 Perry Street via Sotheby's International Realty
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From the listing: This 11th full floor loft is perfectly positioned in this 15-story luxury condominium to take full advantage of breathtaking sunset views over the Hudson and a picture-perfect vantage point of the State of Liberty from one of its two terraces. Four exposures offer cinematic skyline and water views from floor-to-ceiling windows. This home offers a peaceful, meditative respite from a bustling city life. See full details here.
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50-Avenue-A-01 All images of Hearth House via Brown Harris Stevens
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From the listing: Enjoy East Village penthouse living at its finest in this triplex filled with modern designer details, private outdoor spaces, working fireplace and spectacular city views. With high ceilings, central heat and air, video intercom and three open exposures facing east, north, and south, this one-of a kind penthouse offers unprecedented views and luxury. This three-story showplace is a chic and stylish respite from the city and a haven for indoor-outdoor living. The light-filled living room and top floor library carries a rhythmic energy thanks to its multiple open exposures and wall of east-facing windows. See floor plan and full details here.
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56-East-11th-Street-01 All images of 56 East 11th Street via Douglas Elliman
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From the listing: Own the entire seventh floor of this elevator loft coop with liberal rules that allow for subletting! This loft features a massive open kitchen with large granite island, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, laundry room with washer and dryer, full wall of closets, soaring 11-foot ceilings, bathroom double sink vanity, extra storage space, built in shelving, dining room area, office area, and more. See full details here.
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687-Greenwich-Street-01 All images of 687 Greenwich Street via Compass
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From the listing: Enjoy the privacy of a quiet house with a large enclosed courtyard, all while being steps away from a classic Manhattan neighborhood. The combination of the feeling of the suburbs with the proximity to the conveniences of the West Village is the ultimate luxury. The distinguished brick facade reveals a sophisticated, stylish, and comfortable home. Recently renovated, #6 Greenwich Mews offers an updated take on the traditional townhouse. Enter the home via the gracious entry stoop stairway on the parlor floor, opening into the main entertaining area, where the living room, kitchen, and dining room are all conveniently on the same level. See full details here.
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