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Top 5 Sales Building This Week in Greenwich Village Top 5 Sales Building This Week in Greenwich Village
Greenwich Village, known as an artists' haven, lies to the east of the West Village and is bordered by Broadway to the east, the North River to the west, Houston Street to the south, and 14th Street to the north. Notable points of interest include Washington Square Park and NYU, both of which are located in the heart of this bohemian neighborhood.

The Village became a focal point of progressive political and artistic ideas and movements in the 20th century due in part to its residents' adapting an avant-garde culture. Some influential figures of these movements include Edna St. Vincent Millay, Dylan Thomas, Norman Mailer, Jack Kerouac, E.E. Cummings, Eugene O'Neill, Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol and Bob Dylan. Today, Greenwich Village is an affluent community, home to many well-known celebrities.
Greenwich Village currently has 315 units for sale. The median price of condos in the area is $5.44M and the median price of co-ops is $1.24M. The top ten Greenwich Village sales buildings on CityRealty right now are:

1. The Greenwich Lane, 155 West 11th Street

2. 24 Fifth Avenue

3. 25 West 13th Street

4. The Alabama, 15 East 11th Street

5. 215 Sullivan Street

6. Cast Iron Building, 67 East 11th Street

7. Butterfield House, 37 West 12th Street

8. 250 Mercer Street

9. Georgetown Plaza, 60 East 8th Street

10. Bleecker Court, 77 Bleecker Street



1. 12 West 9th Street, #2A

— For $865K
12-west-9th-street-2a Nest Seekers
The most popular Greenwich Village listing comes from 12 West 9th Street, a classic pre-war condop building located just two blocks away from Washington Square Park. Unit 2A is a move-in ready 1-bedroom, 1-bath home that has been renovated and architecturally designed for maximum efficiency. The apartment features a built-in home office/library area, a separate windowed farmhouse-style kitchen, a luxury tiled bathroom, built-in storage, and several hidden closets in addition to a massive walk-in closet.

The building itself is extremely well-maintained and boasts a new roof, elevator, and hallways. There is also a common laundry room.

2. 69 West 9th Street, #5F

— For $1.15M
69-west-9th-street Douglas Elliman
This next listing, also from West 9th Street, is a convertible 2-bedroom, 1-bath apartment that offers an amazing view of the historic Jefferson Library building, a windowed kitchen, and oversized windows providing western exposures and beautiful light-filled rooms. Located in the heart of Greenwich Village and just across the street from the Jefferson Market Garden, 69 West 9th Street is a full-service co-op building with a friendly staff, a garage, and a laundry room. It's also pet-friendly!

3. 24 Fifth Avenue, #319

— For $415K
24-fifth-avenue-319 Brown Harris Stevens
Unit 319 is priced at just $415K - making it the most budget-friendly listing in Greenwich Village right now. While it is a studio, 1 bath residence, it gives the impression of a one-bedroom since a wall has been constructed to separate the living space from the sleeping area. The apartment features hardwood floors, plaster walls, high ceilings, and generous closet and storage space.

Situated within the popular (and pet-friendly!) 24 Fifth Avenue, this Emery Roth-designed classic co-op building has entrances on both Fifth Avenue and West 9th Street. Building amenities include laundry facilities, a resident fitness center, bike room, and 24/7 doorman.

4. 93 MacDougal Street, #12B

— For $775K
193-bleecker-street-12B Charles Rutenberg
Unit 12B is a light-filled south-facing home with two bedrooms and one bath. It's situated within 93 MacDougal Street, a pre-war co-op building that's just a short walk away from Washington Square Park. And for $775K, it's the second most affordable apartment on our list. The unit contains an eat-in kitchen, a partially updated bath with two windows, exposed brick, hardwood floors, and quintessential Greenwich/West Village views. With liberal rental and ownership policies and close proximity to transportation, restaurants, and schools, this rarely found 2-bedroom residence is worth checking out.

5. Mark Twain Apartments, 100 West 12th Street, #6KL

— For $2.45M
100-west-12th-street-6kL Compass
A 1-bedroom and studio have been combined to create this last listing, a stunning and sophisticated oversized 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom home. It is located at the nexus of Greenwich and West Villages in the Mark Twain Apartments. Residents will be welcomed in the refined foyer which will lead them into an open living, dining and kitchen area. The corner unit features many windows and abundant eastern light and views to the north and south. Other apartment features include a Chef's kitchen with a massive island and high-end appliances, a huge master suite with three closets and an en-suite bath, custom built-ins, hardwood floors, and through-wall air conditioning.

100 West 12th Street is a co-op building that has undergone a renovation of the lobby and hallways. It offers a part-time doorman, live-in super, bike and private storage, garage parking, and a laundry room.
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