24 Fifth Avenue is a rental apartment building located just north of Washington Square Park. This former hotel, built in 1925, occupies half of a landmarked block along Fifth Avenue. It boasts 419 meticulously-renovated apartments, and hearkens back to the pre-war era. It is located in the heart of Greenwich Village. 24 Fifth Avenue offers amenities including a bike room, on-site laundry, fitness center and concierge. It is pet friendly. 24 Fifth Avenue offers both sales and rentals.
Units and Pricing
There are currently 17 active rental listings at 24 Fifth Avenue, ranging in price from $1,850/month for a studio to $3,395/month for a one bedroom. The aforementioned studio is 400 square feet, while the one bedroom is 700. Other one bedroom, 700 square foot units are available for $3,200 and $3k/month. Studios, which can be as small as 300 square feet, go from $1,850/month to $2,400/month. A two-bedroom unit is currently in contract. It boasts 1,300 square feet and is renting for $7,500/month. The average price per square foot for the active rental listings is $69, which is a small price to pay to live on the exclusive lower Fifth Avenue.
Sales listings range in price from $327k for a studio to $6.95M for a three-bedroom, 2,800 square foot, penthouse home.
Features and Amenities
Apartments at 24 Fifth Avenue feature 9-foot high ceilings, original hardwood floors, and lots of natural light. The building boast a concierge, an elevator, a fitness center, bike room and on-site laundry. The lobby of 24 Fifth Avenue has been magnificently restored, and is a sight to be seen.
Located on the Gold Coast of lower Fifth Avenue in the heart of Greenwich Village, this pre-war building is perfectly situated just north of Washington Square Park, just a short walk from Union Square and the West Village. Sun yourself in the park, snag your groceries from the Whole Foods in Union Square, and pop over to the West Village for dinner at Tortilla Flats. This location couldn’t be more charming, and yet, you’re about as centrally located as it can get in downtown Manhattan, what with the transportation hub of Union Square being just a short walk away.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
The apartments at 24 Fifth Avenue have been magnificently renovated, and the lobby evokes a sense of old New York that’s rarely found these days, especially in rental buildings. The ability to live in a home that positively reeks of pre-war charm and yet is modern and sun-drenched..it’s unbeatable.