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Located Downtown Central, from Houston Street to 14th Street, from the Bowery to Seventh Avenue. Greenwich Village was developed in the 19th Century, prior to the planning of the New York City grid. Therefore, even the Village’s most modern luxury condos have a bit of European charm from the meandering, tree-lined streets, leftover from the time.
175 West 13th Street, PH
This superb Penthouse duplex is perched high atop this 20-story building on the SW corner. The views are spectacular open city views south and towards the river. There are three terraces which are located off the proper rooms: The largest is...
652 Broadway, 6F
LOWEST MAINTENANCE! WINDOWS CAN BE ADDED – Approx. 1700 sq ft! and you can add windows along the south wall… This quintessential New York loft exudes all the elements of downtown sophistication. Enter into the large living room...
30 FIFTH AVE, 7GH
A unique opportunity! Create your own spacious 3 bedroom home, with 9′ 3″ beamed ceilings, original hardwood floors and with open views north to historic Church of the Ascension and east over lower Fifth Avenue. Sitting high above...
59 FOURTH AVE, 6A
Great design and wonderful views make up this sleek, modern, and sophisticated loft, which is perfectly situated off Astor Place. Exquisitely renovated by Suk Design Group, LLP, featuring top-of-the-line finishes, this unique loft exceeds...
30 FIFTH AVE, 4D
This pristine prewar two-bedroom home has been beautifully redesigned renovated with meticulous attention paid to detail. Original prewar elements include 9′ 3″ beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and a classic layout with open views...
70 East 10th Street
Great space and great value in the heart of Greenwich Village! With south and west exposures and open city views, this very spacious home with private balcony has a separate dining area that can be easily converted to a third bedroom or home...
250 Mercer Street, D302
This dramatic and beautifully designed corner loft features unobstructed views south and east and abundant natural light through 8-ft high windows. Top-of-the-line renovations includes wide-plank oak floors, granite and stainless steel...
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