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West Village Houses, 115 Morton Street

Co-op located in West Village, between Washington Street & West Street

Description of West Village Houses at 115 Morton Street

115 Morton Street was built in 1974 and converted to co-op apartments in 2006. West Village Houses has a total of 12 apartments and is located in the West Village, a short walk to the M, 1, B, D, F, A, C and E subway lines.

Amenities at this pet friendly post war building include garden.

Similar nearby buildings include 57 Laight Street, 461 Broome Street and 84 Mercer Street.

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Building Facts

  • Year Built: 1974
    Converted Year: 2006
    Building Type: Co-op
    Neighborhood: West Village (Manhattan)
    Minimum Down: 20%
  • Total Apartments: 12 12
    Total Floors: 5
    Pets: Allowed
    Total Floorplans:

Building Amenities

  • Post War
  • Walk Up
  • Garden
  • Intercom

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Carter Horsley's Review of West Village Houses

Carter Horsley's Building Review
"The cooperative conversion of West Village Houses, a 42-building, low-rise complex between Bank and Morton Streets and Washington and West Streets in the Far West Village was completed in 2006. The complex was planned with the help of Jane Jacobs in the 1960’s and the first buildings were completed in 1974. The plain, brown buildings, many of which have fire escapes, were designed by Perkins & Will and built under the Mitchell-Lama housing subsidy program. In 2002, the owners of the complex announced they were opting out of the program and many residents faced enormous rent increases.

The complex was described by Elliot Willensky and Norval White in their book, "The A.I.A. Guide to New York City Architecture, Fourth Edition" (Three Rivers Press, 2000), as "The scene of the great war between the defenders of 'Greenwich Village scale' and the Establishment, which proposed another high-rise housing project." In a May 15, 2005 article in The New York Times, Josh Barbanel described the development, which contains numerous gardens, as "once the ugly duckling of Greenwich Village."" Read Carter's Full Review
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Closing History - Last 7 sales

Units Sold
$191.6K - $1.3M
Price Range
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