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720 Greenwich Street Unit: 1-C

720 Greenwich Street Unit: 1-C, New York City, NY 10014

NEWLY-REPRICED! NOT TO BE MISSED!! Welcome home to this extraordinary >800sf, open and airy, pre-war, true converted-warehouse alcove studio loft with 12ft ceilings, exposed brick, oversized windows, hardwood floors, and modern kitchen and bath, located in one of the most desirable and vibrant neighborhoods in the worldthe West Village.


Spanning almost 50' in length, this expansive south-facing floor plan offers distinctive areas for separate living, dining, sleeping, working and relaxing. The modern chef's kitchen is appointed with sleek lacquer cabinetry, subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. The fully-renovated bathroom has been updated with white ceramic tilework and attractive fixtures. Glorious all-day sunshine pours in through south-facing oversized double-paned windows looking out onto delightful Charles Street.


Filled with picturesque blocks reminiscent of photos from an old NYC scrapbook, the West Village has long been the center of bohemian lifestyle since the early 1900s. Its nooks and crannies hold bookstores, boutiques, and cafes that inspire and delight.Cobblestone streets and greenery make the West Village feel like an intimate, communal neighborhood destination.


The handsome, landmarked red-brick building at 720 Greenwich Street was built as a printing warehouse in 1930. It was converted co-op in 1995 and now has 157 apartments ranging from studios to three-bedroom units across 10 floors. Known locally as The Towers, the building has an "A" energy efficiency rating and features a full-service garage and a beautifully-maintained roof garden with panoramic city and river views. There is laundry on every floor, a bike room, common storage, a live-in super and a part-time doorman Monday-Friday: 8:00am-12:00pm, Saturday and Sunday: 24/7. The co-op is very well-run, with over a year's worth of maintenance in the reserve fund. Pets, pied-a-terres and sublets are allowed. Up to 80% financing permitted and a 2% Transfer Fee is paid by the Seller. Close to Christopher Street and West 4th Street subway stops, Hudson River Park, the High Line, Meatpacking District, and all of the amazing shops and restaurants that the West Village offers has to offer.

Features & Amenities

Interior

Total Bathrooms 1
Full Bathrooms 1
Laundry Room Common Area
Other Interior Features Dining Area

Exterior

Stories 10
Air Conditioning Window Unit(s)
Other Exterior Features Building Roof Deck

Area & Lot

Status Sold
LIVING SPACE 806 Sq.Ft.
MLS® ID OLRS-1942238
Type Co-Op
Year Built 1898
Neighborhood West Village
Architecture Styles Prewar
View Description City

Financial

SALES PRICE $765,000
HOA Fees $1,701

Overview for West Village, NY

30,181 people live in West Village, where the median age is 42 and the average individual income is $137,313. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

30,181

Total Population

42 years

Median Age

High

Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.

$137,313

Average individual Income

West Village: Historic Charm and Bohemian Spirit

 

Welcome to the West Village

Nestled on the west side of Manhattan, the West Village is a neighborhood steeped in history, artistic legacy, and a unique blend of quaint charm and bohemian spirit. Cobblestone streets, historic townhouses, and a lively cultural scene make the West Village a beloved enclave that invites residents and visitors to explore its timeless streets. Join us as we uncover the highlights of this iconic neighborhood.

Getting There

The West Village is accessible by various subway lines, including the A, B, C, D, E, F, and M trains. Its central location and proximity to other Manhattan neighborhoods make it an easily navigable and desirable destination for those seeking the authentic character of New York City.

Washington Square Park: Greenwich Village's Heart

Washington Square Park, a central gathering place and iconic landmark, is at the heart of the West Village. The park features the iconic Washington Square Arch, a fountain, and a vibrant atmosphere with street performers, chess players, and a diverse community.

Bleecker Street: Historic Thoroughfare

Bleecker Street, with its historic architecture and charming boutiques, is a quintessential West Village thoroughfare. Explore the diverse array of shops, cafes, and specialty stores, and experience the timeless allure of this cobblestone street.

MacDougal Street: Bohemian Hub

MacDougal Street, known for its rich history as a bohemian hub, is lined with cafes, jazz clubs, and comedy venues. The street has been a gathering place for artists, musicians, and intellectuals, contributing to the neighborhood's artistic legacy.

Christopher Street: LGBTQ+ Landmark

Christopher Street, a symbolic street for the LGBTQ+ community, is home to the Stonewall Inn. This historic bar played a pivotal role in the LGBTQ+ rights movement and is now a national monument, serving as a symbol of equality and activism.

The High Line: Urban Greenery

While technically on the western edge of the West Village, the High Line offers a unique perspective on the city. This elevated park, built on a former railway, provides scenic views, public art installations, and a tranquil escape from the urban hustle.

Magnolia Bakery: Sweet Treats

Magnolia Bakery on Bleecker Street is a neighborhood institution known for its classic American baked goods. Indulge in cupcakes, banana pudding, and other sweet treats in this iconic bakery that has become a West Village landmark.

Sheridan Square: Public Art and Gathering Space

Sheridan Square, adorned with public art installations and surrounded by cafes, serves as a gathering space for locals and visitors. The square's vibrant atmosphere and central location make it a focal point for community engagement.

The Cherry Lane Theatre: Cultural Legacy

The Cherry Lane Theatre, established in 1924, is the city's oldest continuously running Off-Broadway theater. This intimate venue has hosted numerous iconic performances and continues to be a vital part of the West Village's cultural landscape.

Jefferson Market Library: Architectural Gem

The Jefferson Market Library, housed in a historic building with Victorian Gothic architecture, is a neighborhood library with a rich history. Explore its unique design and take in the literary atmosphere that has captivated readers for generations.

Abingdon Square: Tranquil Retreat

Abingdon Square, a small park with a central fountain, offers a tranquil retreat in the midst of the West Village. The square is a favorite spot for locals seeking a peaceful moment away from the city's hustle.

Community Events and Street Fairs

The West Village hosts various community events and street fairs, celebrating its diverse community and artistic heritage. These gatherings provide opportunities for residents to connect, support local businesses, and revel in the neighborhood's lively spirit.

Final Thoughts

The West Village invites you to wander through its historic streets, discover its artistic legacy, and savor the vibrant energy that defines this iconic neighborhood. Whether enjoying the greenery of Washington Square Park, exploring charming boutiques, or immersing yourself in the LGBTQ+ history of Christopher Street, the West Village offers a timeless and enchanting experience in the heart of Manhattan.

Around West Village, NY

There's plenty to do around West Village, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

100
Walker's Paradise
Walking Score
95
Biker's Paradise
Bike Score
100
Rider's Paradise
Transit Score

Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including NYFoodBox, Cuffie Ridge Vegan Café, and Welcome Home.

Name Category Distance Reviews
Ratings by Yelp
Dining · $$ 1.41 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 2.65 miles 10 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 4.38 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars
Shopping 1.26 miles 8 reviews 5/5 stars
Shopping 1.57 miles 26 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 1.21 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars
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