Greenwich Village Apartments for Sale Part 2 Prewar Condos
In this Part 2 series of Greenwich Village Apartment for sale, we will discuss some prewar condos within Greenwich Village. Greenwich Village Real Estate is known for many of its prewar buildings with classic layouts and architectural elements. The supply of prewar buildings in Greenwich Village like much of the rest of the city is overwhelmingly co-op. Take for example that currently I see that there are about 120 Greenwich Village prewar apartments for sale in Greenwich Village and 20 of those are in condominium buildings. If you have wanted to purchase a condominium in Greenwich Village you have been limited to a certain number of buildings including:
25 Fifth Ave - Greenwich Village Prewar Condo
Located on the "Gold Coast" of Fifth Avenue and 9th Street this Greenwich Village Condo building was converted to a condominium in 2000. Like most prewar buildings most apartments in the building have wood-burning fireplaces, high ceilings, ornate architectural details accompanied with a 24-hour concierge, gym, laundry and storage. 25 Fifth Ave is going to be one of the few prewar condominum buildings on Fifth Avenue that will come up on your search for "Greenwich Village Apartments for Sale."
Devonshire House at 28 E 10th St - Greenwich Village PreWar Condo
The Devonshire House is the latest prewar condominium to be added to some of the most desired Greenwich Village prewar condominium real estate apartments for sale. This 1928 Emery Roth designed building, was recently converted from rental into condominium. The Devonshire House underwent a high end renovation including upgrading the plumbing, electrical and central air-conditioning and to the finishes in each apartment including radiant-heat bathroom floors, detailed moldings, and high end bathroom and kitchen finishes. The apartments initially made available sold out very quickly, but more apartments are expected to be put on the market in the fall of 2010.
59 W 12th Street - Greenwich Village Prewar Condo
Built in 1931 by noted New York City architect Emery Roth and built by the equally notable firm Bing and Bing, 59 W 12th St is on of the most highly coveted Greenwich Village prewar condominiums. Located on 12th Street between 5th and the Avenue of the Americas, this location is considered to be one of the most attractive streets in Greenwich Village. Building amenities include 24 hour doorman bicycle and laundry room, and children's playroom. Apartment features include fireplaces, spacious pre-war layouts, along with great southern facing views of downtown Manhattan from the upper floors of this respected building. When apartments come available in the building they are some of the most desired Greenwich Village Apartments for Sale.
Because there are fewer prewar condos for sale in Greenwich Village expect higher prices. But your purchase will be well rewarded. If you would like a complete list of Greenwich Village Apartments for Sale or Greenwich Village Apartments for sales (Prewar Condos), contact me today at (917) 837-8869 or email at morgan.evans (at) elliman.com
For more reading about Greenwich Village Real Estate other than prewar condo:
- Greenwich Village Apartments for Sale: What does $500,000 Buy Me?
- Greenwich Village Real Estate
- Greenwich Village Apartments for Sale - Contact Me
- Greenwich Village Apartments for Sale - Studio and 1 Bedroom Condos
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