29 Fifth Avenue

29 Fifth Avenue is a luxury apartment rental building. A pre-war masterpiece, 29 Fifth Avenue sits in the heart of Greenwich Village, just a few blocks from Washington Square Park. This attractive, pre-war, brown-brick rental apartment building is seven stories tall. It is located mid-block on the east side of Fifth Avenue between 9th and 10th Streets in the prime section of Lower Fifth Avenue, the most elegant area of Greenwich Village. The building has a canopied entrance with limestone entrance surround and sidewalk landscaping. Some of the apartments have fireplaces, all have hardwood floors and dishwashers, and there is a live-in superintendent, an elevator and a laundry.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at 29 Fifth Avenue, a testament to the popularity of the building. Previous units ranged in price from $2,795/month for a one bedroom, one bath to $4,250/month for a two bedroom, 1 bath with 800 square feet.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at 29 Fifth Avenue feature hardwood floors, lots of light and updated kitchens and baths. In the kitchens, you’ll find dishwashers, stainless steel appliances and wooden cabinetry; in the baths, soaking tubs and lots of marble. Some units even feature wood-burning fireplaces, a rare feature in New York City. The building features a doorman, a live-in superintendent and on-site laundry.


29 Fifth Avenue sits just below Union Square, west of the transportation but north of Washington Square Park. It’s located just east of the heart of Greenwich Village, and enjoys the amenities that the quaint village has to offer while still remaining close to the transportation and entertainment hub of Union Square. You’ll find that the building itself is quite quiet, despite the fact that it’s next a New York University dorm. The streets surrounding it are tree-lined and clean, offering respite for the city’s hustle and bustle. In short, you’ve got yourself a great location.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

29 Fifth Avenue is positively dripping with pre-war charm, from the crown molding to the sparkling hardwood floors to the working wood-burning fireplaces. Modern it might not be, but updated, yes. You’ll find gorgeous residences that capture the historical essence of lower Manhattan in its heyday. The location itself is also quite wonderful – which is probably why it’s nearly impossible to get an apartment in the building. If you’re looking for the perfect Greenwich Village apartment, look no further.