10 Downing Street

10 Downing is a luxury apartment rental building located in the charming and prestigious neighborhood of Greenwich Village. The doorman building sits on Sixth Avenue at the crossroads of Houston Street and Downing Street and steps from Bleeker. It’s also conveniently located just a few blocks from New York University and The New School, Washington Square Park and the Hudson River. The building was built in 1941 and features oversized studio, one and two bedroom apartments. The lobby and elevators are also nicely renovated.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available apartments at 10 Downing, a testament to the building’s popularity. Previous rentals ranged in price from $2,850 to $4,250/month. The average price per square foot at 10 Downing is $68, a great price given the excellent location.

Features and Amenities

10 Downing sits on a tree-lined street and offers views that are classic New York from all angles. The building offers spacious pre-war layouts – many apartments have sunken living rooms. The lobby is doorman-attended at all times and there is an on-site laundry room. The building is pet friendly.

Location

10 Downing Street is located just a few short blocks from the A/C/E trains at West 4th Street and 6th Avenue, as well as the Houston Street and Varick Street 1 trains. Greenwich and West Village are beloved for their charm and their intrinsically New York feel, from the tree-lined streets to the historic brownstones to the small bookstores and coffee shops.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

10 Downing offers spacious, pre-war layouts at a relatively cheap price, given the neighborhood. It’s a rare opportunity to snag a unit at 10 Downing, as residents love their homes so much that they hardly ever give them up. If you have an opportunity to move into the building, don’t wait! 10 Downing might not offer a bevy of amenities, but the units are beautiful and well-renovated. When it comes to Greenwich Village apartments, this one is a no-brainer.

Morton Square – 600 Washington Street

Morton Square at 600 Washington Street is a luxury apartment rental building located in Greenwich Village. 600 Washington is surrounded by cobblestone streets, landmark buildings, hidden square and ivy covered facades. The building boasts easy access to galleries, cafes, great eateries and boutiques. 600 Washington is the only new rental residence built in this landmark area in more than decade. The building offers 9′ high ceilings, fully equipped kitchens, covered parking and furnished rental units.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available apartments at Morton Square, a testament to the popularity of the building. Previous rentals $2,350 to $6,700/month. The average price per square foot is $72.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Morton Square boast 9′ high ceilings, linen closets, individually controlled heating and air conditioning, fully equipped kitchens and extra storage. The building offers covered parking, a gorgeous lobby, a state of the art fitness center and furnished rentals.

Location

Greenwich Village is intimate, quaint, and synonymous with New York’s bohemian culture. Even the many trendy shops, restaurants and nightspots that delight residents do not detract from the inherent charm of this neighborhood still defined by its deep artistic roots. Boasting cobblestone tree-lined streets and drool-worthy brownstones, there’s nothing you can’t find in the  neighborhood.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Morton Square offers the opportunity to live in a famous, landmarked neighborhood while keeping in tune with your modern needs. The building is the only new property to be built in Greenwich Village, and offers state of the art amenities alongside Village charm. The prices are high, but the views and the location are worth it.

51 West 11th Street

51 West 11th Street is a walk-up rental apartment building located in the historical Greenwich Village neighborhood. This building is perfected situated in the Greenwich Village Gold Coast, near Washington Square Park and Union Square. This historic brownstone boasts hardwood floors, detailed moldings, decorative fireplaces and high ceilings in many apartments. It is pet friendly. Heat and hot water are included in rent.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available listings at 51 West 11th Street. Previous rental listings, which ranged in size from studios to 1 bedrooms, ranged in price from $1,328/month for a studio to $2,500/month for a one bedroom.

Features and Amenities

Located on a tree-lined street, this charming brownstone boasts hardwood floors, detailed moldings, decorative fireplaces and high ceilings in many apartments. The building is pet friendly. Heat and hot water are included in rent.

Location

51 West 11th is located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues on the Gold Coast of Greenwich Village. The building is within walking distance of NYU, The New School and Washington Square Park. All the attractions of the West Village are just steps away from your doorstep. Union Square, and all of its big box stores, groceries and public transportation, are just a hop, skip and a jump away.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

51 West 11th Street might not have an elevator, but what it lacks in vertical transport it makes up for in charm. The building is pre-war, and sits on a quiet, tree-lined street. The apartments boast original hardwood floors, high ceilings, decorative moldings, even fireplaces! Architectural strongholds prevail.

213 – 215 West 13th Street

213 – 215 West 13th Street is a rental apartment building located in Manhattan’s charming West Greenwich Village neighborhood. This landmarked walk-up offers beautiful floor-through apartments with architectural details such as decorative moldings, fireplaces, tall windows and some apartments with high ceilings. It is a building which provides a unique and charming home.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at 213-215 West 13th Street. Previous rental listings ranged in price from $1,800/month to $2,800/month for a two bedroom unit.

Features and Amenities

213-215 West 13th Street is a landmarked building, its facade is covered in ivy. It is a walk-up building, and offers beautiful floor-through apartments with architectural details such as decorative moldings, fireplaces, tall windows and some apartments with high ceilings. The building is pet-friendly and offers laundry facilities on site. Heat and hot water are included in rent.

Location

213 – 215 West 13th Street is located between Greenwich and Seventh Avenues in the heart of the West Village. The building is within walking distance of NYU, The New School and Washington Square Park. All the attractions of the West Village are just steps away from your doorstep.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

231-235 West 13th Street might not have an elevator, but what it lacks in vertical transport it makes up for in charm. The building is pre-war, and boasts through-floor apartments with high ceilings. It’s a landmarked building, so the value isn’t going anywhere, and neither is the building itself. It boasts architectural details such as crown molding and exposed brick. The real selling point, however, is the excellent West Village location. This is New York, after all.

102 Greenwich Avenue

102 Greenwich Avenue is located between West 12th and West 13th Streets in the charming West Village neighborhood. This prewar walk-up, located near historic Abingdon Square, features a private courtyard and excellent access to transportation, shops and restaurants. The building is pet friendly. Heat and hot water are included in rent.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at 102 Greenwich Avenue. Previous listings, of which there are seven, ranged in price from $1,000/month to $1,850/month. The median price is $1,250/month.

Features and Amenities

102 Greenwich Avenue is an adorable pre-war building with exposed brick and large windows. The building is a walk-up with just seven apartments.

Location

102 Greenwich Avenue sits between West 12th and West 13th Streets in the heart of the West Village, one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city, on a quiet, tree-lined street. The building is within walking distance of NYU, The New School and Washington Square Park. All the attractions of the West Village are just steps away.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

102 Greenwich Avenue might not have an elevator, but what it lacks in vertical transport it makes up for in charm. The building is pre-war, and boasts exposed brick and original floors. The real selling point, however, is the excellent West Village location. This is New York, after all.

224 – 226 West 13th Street

224 – 226 West 13th Street is a rental apartment building located in Manhattan’s quaint West Village neighborhood. This prewar charming walk-up boasts a private courtyard and rear cottage, plus beautiful mantel fireplaces. It is convenient to NYU, Washington Square Park, shopping, dining and all transportation. It is pet friendly. Heat and hot water are included in rent.

Units and Pricing

No pricing information is available at this time.

Features and Amenities

This prewar charming walk-up boasts a private courtyard and rear cottage, plus beautiful mantel fireplaces.

Location

231-235 West 13th Street is located between Greenwich and Seventh Avenues in the heart of the West Village. The building is within walking distance of NYU, The New School and Washington Square Park. All the attractions of the West Village are just steps away from your doorstep.

Location

231-235 West 13th Street is located between Greenwich and Seventh Avenues in the heart of the West Village. The building is within walking distance of NYU, The New School and Washington Square Park. All the attractions of the West Village are just steps away from your doorstep.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

231-235 West 13th Street might not have an elevator, but what it lacks in vertical transport it makes up for in charm. Where else in the city can you find an attached rear cottage? The building is pre-war, and boasts a private courtyard and real fireplaces. The real selling point, however, is the excellent West Village location. This is New York, after all.

231 – 235 West 13th Street

231-235 West 13th Street is a rental apartment building in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. This prewar walk-up building features a private garden, original architectural details and an excellent location close to NYU, the New School and Washington Square Park.  It is pet friendly. Heat and hot water are included in the rent.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units for rent at this time. Apartments at 231-235 West 13th Street start at $1,675.

Features and Amenities

This pet friendly building is a walk-up and features pre-war architectural details and a private garden.

Location

231-235 West 13th Street is located between Greenwich and Seventh Avenues in the heart of the West Village. The building is within walking distance of NYU, The New School and Washington Square Park. All the attractions of the West Village are just steps away from your doorstep.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

231-235 West 13th Street might not have an elevator, but what it lacks in vertical transport it makes up for in charm. The building is pre-war, and boasts a private garden. The real selling point, however, is the excellent West Village location. This is New York, after all.

24 Fifth Avenue

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.

Location

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.