Showing posts with label west village. Show all posts
Showing posts with label west village. Show all posts

Jul 25, 2013

The Greenwich Lane - St. Vincent's Condo Conversion

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[Renderings of the entrances of 150 West 12th Street and 140 West 12th Street.]
The buildings that once made up St. Vincent's hospital complex in the West Village are being converted into condominiums. One of those buildings, 130 West 12th Street, has already sold out.

The Greenwich Lane is from developers the Rudin family and Global Holdings called West Village Residences LLC. The city granted approval for the redevelopment after years of public review and negotiations.
The development will include a public park on St. Vincent's Triangle and a memorial to the victims of the AIDS epidemic.

The project is made up of five apartment buildings and five townhouses on West 11th and West 12th streets, for a total of 200 one-bedroom to six-bedroom condo units.

 (The apartment building addresses, are 140 West 12th Street, 150 West 12th Street, 160 West 12th Street, 155 West 11th Street, and 145 West 11th Street.)

The townhouses and one of the apartment buildings, 155 West 11th Street (also the tallest of the five), are new construction, and the entire project is architected by FXFowle.

There will be differences among the buildings, 150 West 12th Street is a pre-war structure; 140 West 12th Street has a mid-century look.

Pricing is not available yet. Corcoran Sunshine will began sales this fall 2013, with closings expected in the fourth quarter of 2015.

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Apr 25, 2013

Manhattan Condos Coops with Pools | Chelsea, West Chelsea, West Village, Meatpacking District

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Manhattan Apartments with Pools.

Condos and Coops with Pools in Chelsea | West Village | Meatpacking District

Most Manhattan apartment buildings are pre-war and were rarely built with pools. There are a few exceptions like the 1930 London Terrace complex in Chelsea. 

Today many new developments are including lap pools, so there are more pools in luxury condos and condops than ever before.

According to Corcoran's consumer report, 37%, the largest margin said a building with a pool is a top priority amenity for them.

This post is the third in a series featuring Manhattan Apartments (condos, condops  and coops) with pools. This post will focus on Chelsea, West Chelsea, Greenwich Village neighborhoods.







London Terrace
W 23rd W 24th Streets
(9th & 10th Avenues)
coop and rental units
Built: 1930
17 Floors - 10 Buildings
 1663 Units







Nouvel
 100 Eleventh Avenue
(West 19th Street)
Condo
Built 2007
23 Floors 72 Apartments






 
133 West 22nd Street
Condo
 Built: 2007
13 Floors -100 Apartments




  

Yves Chelsea
 166 West 18th Street
Condo
Built: 2008
140 Floors - 41 Apartments







165 Charles
(West Village)
 Condo
Built 2004 
 16 stories 31 apartments
 






150 Charles
(West Village)
Condo
Built 2013
15 stories  
 91 units






385 West 12th Street
(Meatpacking District)
Condo
Built 2007
7 stories 12 units





421 Hudson Street
Built 1900
converted to condo 1987
2013 new unit renovations
8 Floors 183 loft apartments






 The A Building
425 East 13th Street
(East Village)
Condo built 2007
  8 Stories 96 units






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Aug 28, 2007

West Village - New Construction - 166 Perry Street

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A new 24 unit residential condominium is being constructed at 166 Perry Street in the West Village.

Apartment prices at 166 Perry Street range from an 1,126 square foot one bedroom, one-and-a-half bath starting at $1,195,000 to $11,500,000 for a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath duplex penthouse with two fireplaces, 3,415 square feet of interior space, and 1,225 square feet of terraces including a 109-square-foot lap pool.
The 8-story building at 166 Perry Street will have a setback at the 6th floor and the glass cornice drops down two stories at the building's east and west sides.

All apartments are corner apartments. The building has a fitness center, 24-hour doorman and concierge services, private storage facilities, and room service and pantry stocking services provided by Jean-George Vongerichten's Perry Street restaurant.
The buildings glass facade will have cascading, alternately angled windows and its street entrance features perforated metal scrim and mechanized single-pane, blue glass doors that lead into a lobby "capsule" with rounded edges, white lacquered walls, silver-leather seating, blue-lacquered concierge desk and polished white concrete flooring with inset brushed-aluminum panels.
Apartment layouts are distinguished by sliding doors and translucent glass bathroom walls. Ceiling heights range from 10 to 12 feet.
The building is scheduled for occupancy in the fall of 2008.
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May 14, 2007

Greenwich Village, West Village, East Village

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Manhattan Neighborhood Real Estate Report

Manhattan's most famous neighborhood has always been a popular place to live. Greenwich Village is the city's largest historic district.

The Village is bounded to the South by Houston Street, to the North by 14th Street, to the West by the Hudson River, Sixth Avenue divides The West Village and Greenwich Village and east of Broadway is the dividing line between the distinctively different, East Village.

Commonly referred by most people that live in the Village: West of Broadway to be defined as "Greenwich Village", "The Village" or "The West Village" while the area to the East of the Broadway to be defined as the "East Village". So when discussing the "Village", it is commonly understood that one is speaking of the area West of Broadway. Those referring to the "East Village" will always qualify their discussion by using the distinction "East Village".

The Village's informal atmosphere has long attracted those of unconventional thinking-writers, actors, academicians, scholars and artist who preferred to stay well out of the mainstream. New York University, The New School for Social Research and Parson's School of Design all call the Village home.

Edgar Allen Poe, O. Henry, Walt Whitman, and Mark Twain were some of the classic authors who resided in the Village in the 19th century. Norman Rockwell called the village his home in the 20's. Actors and artists such as Dustin Hoffman, Mel Brooks and Bob Dylan were just a few of the many artists who lived in the village in the 60's. Today Nicole Kidman, Calvin Klein and Martha Stewart have bought new condos in the Richard Meier buildings on Perry Street.


Fifth Avenue begins at Washington Square Park in the heart of Greenwich Village. The prewar and post war coops on lower Fifth Avenue are some of the most desirable buildings in Manhattan. Many of the apartments have spectacular views of Washington Square Park, NYU and lower Manhattan.

Greenwich Village has a charming, small-town feel with its irregular tree-lined streets, brownstone apartment buildings, and elegant town homes. The area is architecturally diverse.

Greenwich Village is New York City on a different scale. The village is one of the most photographed neighborhoods in Manhattan. St Luke's Place is one of Manhattan's most beautiful Streets with trees, old - fashioned street lamps, and elegant brick townhouses in a row. Barrow, Grove, Bedford Commerce Streets are all beautiful charming streets. Wandering through the village is an enclave of townhouses, ivy-covered apartment buildings, cozy courtyards, and mews. Further west there are brick loft apartments and varied architechture.


Much of the West "Village" is not part of the city's rectilinear street grid. It does not go by numbered streets. Some of the city's most delightful, irregular streets are Patchin Place, once the home of E. E. Cummings, the poet, MacDougal Alley, where Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitneys studio was. Washington Mews, lined with former stable buildings for the grand houses facing Washington Square Park.

The Village, of course, is rich in history and many of its famous landmarks are literary and intellectual.The overall charm of the Village is further increased by the many small, European style bistros, cafes and restaurants. Many specialize in French and Italian. They are filled with customers on any given day or night. The Village is filled with bars, saloons, coffeehouses, jazz clubs, experimental theaters, avant-garde clubs, cabarets, funky boutiques and street vendors.
There are more than 100 different clubs and bars in the area offering every type of musical and social entertainment imaginable.

Greenwich Village's many fine restaurants will satisfy a range of tastes as well as budgets.

The Meat Packing District:

For many years Florent, A French bistro/diner in the Meatpacking district was one of the only restaurants in the gritty meatpacking district. It is open 24 hours the food is good but not the thing here, the people watching is superb! Some of the meat packing companies still remain on the cobblestone streets but now Florent and The Meat Packing District is surrounded with trendy restaurants, hotels fashion boutiques and beautiful people.

At the southern end of the High Line, at Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District, a new museum and hotel will serve as anchor for the new neighborhood.


<- Future High Line
Meat Packing District

New designer buildings, new park views, valet parking, concierges, meditation gardens, Manhattan's trendiest new restaurants and art galleres. The grit-and-glamour that New Yorkers love about the meatpacking district is about to expand northward along the High Line.
New apartment units are planned along the elevated 22-block park the High Line is to become in 2008. The High Line runs through three of Manhattans most dynamic neighborhoods, Hells Kitchen, West Chelsea and the Meat Packing District. Plans are underway to transform a 6.7acre span of former elevated train track running 22 blocks into an open park.

The Far West Village:
Luxurious new condominiums along West Street outside the historic district feature spectacular river views, full floor raw space and designed apartments have become a new destination.
 
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