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366 West 11th Street: Review and Ratings

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Carter Horsley
Review of 366 West 11th Street by Carter Horsley

This robust, red-brick, 13-story building at 366 West 11th Street in the Far West Village was erected in 1986 as a residential condominium.

It has 80 apartments and was built by Shep Waldman, a second-generation construction man who had done several West Village conversions. 

It was designed by Seymour Churgin of Architects Design Studio, which also designed the concrete vertically ribbed apartment building in a sunken plaza on the former site of the Midtown Hospital at 309 East 49th Street.

The building was known as River’s Edge.

Bottom Line

A chunky, red-brick, mid-rise, mid-block condo building in the very desirable West Village with a pretentious glass-enclosed, protruding entrance flanked by nice cast-iron railings and landscaping between red-brick stanchions topped by globes. It is just to the west of Julian Schabel’s well-known and very distinctive Palazzo Chupi.


The set-back, red-brick building has a porte-corchere-like entrance that is glass-enclosed and has concrete benches and a three-step entrance underneath a large marquee.  The entrance “structure” is flanked by attractive cast-iron fencing and landscaping between red-brick stanchions topped with globes and the façade of the building is sparcely dotted with small concrete squares.

The center of the building has balconies with solid brick walls but the balconies on either side are open with iron-work railings.

The center section of the front of the building has a triangular pediment on the 9th floor setback with a circular window.

The west side of the building has fully-enclosed glass balconies in the middle of that façade.

The top of the building has an exposed wooden watertank.


The building has a full-time doorman, a roof deck, a live-in superintendent, many balconies and a laundry.  It permits pets.


Apartment 10A is a studio unit with an entrance by the 10-foot-long, open kitchen that leads to a 37-foot-long living space with a fireplace and opens onto a 37-foot-long terrace with three entrances.

Apartment 1E is a one-bedroom duplex with a 24-foot-wide living room and a 23-foot-wide patio and a 13-foot-wide “interior room” on the lower level and an 11-foot-entrance foyer across from an 8-foot-long kitchen with a breakfast bar and a 17-foot-long dining room and the bedroom on the upper level.

Apartment 8E is a one-bedroom unit with an entry foyer that leads past a 16-foot-long, eat-in, pass-through kitchen to a 17-foot-long living/dining room with a 9-foot-wide terrace.

Apartment 4G is a one-bedroom unit with an 8-foot-long entry foyer that leads past a pass-through, 8-foot-wide kitchen to a 16-foot-long living room with a 9-foot-wide balcony.

Apartment 2A is a one-bedroom unit with a 7-foot-wide pass-through kitchen and a 15-foot-long living/dining room with a two-step-up bedroom.


Out of 44

Architecture Rating: 19 / 44

Out of 36

Location Rating: 28 / 36

Out of 39

Features Rating: 14 / 39


CityRealty Rating Reference

  • 30+ remarkable
  • 20-29 distinguished
  • 11-19 average
  • < 11 below average
  • 27+ remarkable
  • 18-26 distinguished
  • 9-17 average
  • < 9 below average
  • 22+ remarkable
  • 16-21 distinguished
  • 9-15 average
  • < 9 below average
  • #26 Rated condo - West Village
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