True Greenwich Village 1BR Gem nestled in the corner of Washington Square Park South. This classic prewar residence offers beautifully updated modern touches, endless storage and built-ins, a windowed eat-in kitchen and 4 panes of glass on each window to keep the vibrant area’s sound at a total minimum. King sized bedroom with spacious walk-in closet and built-in desk/shelving. Windowed bathroom with gorgeous walk-in shower and tile work.
This boutique land marked co-op is located in one of the most desirable locations in the city. Building features: central laundry and additional storage. Pets welcome, gifting, and pied-a-terre permitted. Come tour this rare find before it goes.
Greenwich Village has conceived more progressive political movements than perhaps anywhere else in the world over the past 200 years. From the first Labor Day demonstration in the late 1880s and Emma Goldman fifty years later, to the inception of the modern gay rights movement and Black Lives Matter movement, Greenwich Village continues to be an engine of cultural progression, even after having been largely remade by New York University and downtown Manhattan’s luxury real estate boom of the early 2000s. There are currently around 138,000 New Yorkers calling Greenwich Village home, and about 31% are homeowners. 228 homes have sold in the neighborhood in the past three months at an average price of $3.28m, and there are currently 216 homes available for sale.