West Village

November 2, 2023

This $17M West Village townhouse is a glass-walled modern home behind a restored historic facade

Many dream of a townhouse in the West Village, and this four-story home at 31 Grove Street, asking $16,995,000, is suitably dreamy. One of a pair of 1841 Greek Revival brick homes, its 19th-century facade has been completely restored to its historic beauty, while the home's interiors are a modern design lover's fantasy. A carefully considered 2018 renovation resulted in indoor and outdoor spaces that make the historic townhouse timeless. On four floors, the multi-family property configured as a single-family home currently offers four bedrooms (with plenty of flexibility for more), a landscaped back garden, a private roof deck and a full cellar.
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October 26, 2023

190-year-old West Village wooden house with storied history asks $6M

A 19th-century wooden house in the West Village that has lived many lives over its nearly 190-year-old history is now on the market. Built in 1834, the property at 392 West Street (also known as 6 Weehawken Street) was originally part of the open-air Greenwich Market and later operated as a tavern, cigar store, pool hall, speakeasy, and two gay bars. The building's last owner, Jean-Louis Goldwater Bourgeois, made headlines in recent years after claiming he would leave the home to the Lenape people, the original Manhattanites. But when Bourgeois died last year, the house went to his estate and is now on the market for $6,000,000, as Gothamist reported.
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October 19, 2023

The best bar in North America is on the Lower East Side

The best bar in North America is in New York City. The annual list of the world's 50 best bars was unveiled this week and the Lower East Side's Double Chicken Please took second place, making it the best bar on this continent. Two other Manhattan bars made the list: Overstory in the Financial District at 17 and and Katana Kitten in Greenwich Village at 27.
October 19, 2023

$9.4M four-family townhouse is an unspoiled West Village dream with a celebrity past

From the outside, this graceful limestone townhouse with a mansard roof at 70 Perry Street resembles a picture postcard of West Village life, on a leafy historic block that embodies the neighborhood's charm. Just down the street from Carrie Bradshaw's fictional "Sex and the City" address, the four-story, four-family property appeared as a backdrop in several films and was the actual home of celebrity chef and restaurateur Geoffrey Zakarian and reporter Charles Grumich. Asking $9,400,000, the townhouse is comprised of a duplex with a dreamy back garden and three floor-through apartments. Unlike some historic multi-family homes, its original details and materials have been beautifully preserved.
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October 17, 2023

Cozy West Village co-op has pre-war charm and modern amenities for $1.6M

In one of New York City's most charming neighborhoods, an equally charming apartment is now on the market. The two-bedroom co-op at 211 West 10th Street is an example of what makes the West Village so desirable: it's attractive and historic but also boasts must-have contemporary luxuries. For $1,595,000, live out your Manhattan pre-war fantasies with the help of exposed brick, crown molding, and tree-top views.
October 10, 2023

Your guide to the West Village: New York City’s downtown heart of cultural history

It may seem challenging to navigate the winding, narrow streets in one of the few Manhattan neighborhoods not arranged on a sensible grid. Fortunately, it’s also hard to make a wrong turn no matter where you end up in the West Village. And there’s so much to see and do in this iconic and charming neighborhood, that you may find it even harder to leave.
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July 27, 2023

This $2M garden flat in Margaret Mead’s former home is the picture of cozy West Village charm

On a postcard-perfect West Village street among the neighborhood's historic brownstones, this garden co-op at 72 Perry Street is a rare chance to live a bohemian dream not often found in today's New York City. Asking $1,995,000, the two-bedroom home in a restored townhouse has a landscaped private back garden as the almost-too-good-to-be-true addition to the elegance of its interior living spaces. The boutique co-op building is known as Mead House in honor of one-time resident Margaret Mead. The famous anthropologist lived in the townhouse with her husband Gregory Bateson and other colleagues from 1941 to 1955.
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July 17, 2023

$15M penthouse loft with multi-level roof deck floats above the West Village

Atop a historic co-op building in downtown Manhattan, this modern light-filled loft feels like a private residence. Asking $14,950,000, the triplex penthouse at 652 Hudson Street measures over 6,100 square feet inside, with an additional 1,500 square feet of outdoor space, which comes in the form of a multi-level roof deck that overlooks the surrounding West Village neighborhood.
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March 16, 2023

Dine and stargaze from a glass atrium in this historic $7.75M Village townhouse

One of a row of historic townhouses in Manhattan's West Village, this four-story townhouse at 122 West Washington Place is asking $7,750,000. The home once belonged to the late British runway model Stella Tennant, who renovated the brick-fronted townhouse and created its glass-roofed atrium above an extension at the south-facing rear facade.
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March 7, 2023

$1.75M co-op combines industrial loft vibes with West Village bohemian charm

This maisonette co-op at 92 Horatio Street in the scenic West Village combines classic loft style and pre-war charm, with hidden perks and expansion potential. Asking $1,750,000, the co-op can easily be re-imagined as a two-bedroom. In its present one-bed, two-bath state, the apartment has a "mezzanine" sleeping loft accessed by a spiral stair.
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March 2, 2023

Ex-Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach and husband Andrew Shue sell NYC co-op for $5.1M

Former "Good Morning America" anchor Amy Robach and her husband Andrew Shue have sold their West Village apartment for $5,100,000, according to property records. The estranged couple put their co-op at 59 Barrow Street on the market last September and the property entered contract in November, just before news broke of Robach's relationship with co-anchor T.J. Holmes. Records show the deal closed at the end of February.
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January 11, 2023

Tech and media power couple’s West Village townhouse asks $11M

Who wouldn't want a townhouse in the West Village with a $2.5 million renovation and a glass-enclosed rooftop office and deck? Beth Comstock, the current owner of the house at 62 Jane Street, has been lucky enough to live in the five-story home since she and her husband, tech executive Chris Travers, bought it for $5.75 million in 2012. Comstock was the first woman to be named vice chair of General Electric, a position she held after a long career as a media executive. The couple has listed the property for $10.995 million, the Wall Street Journal reports.
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December 22, 2022

This $10.7M brick townhouse reflects the history and luxury of the surrounding West Village neighborhood

Built in 1846, this move-in ready Greek Revival townhouse at 53 Jane Street, asking $10,725,000, is one among many graceful, classic brick homes on a pretty West Village street. Behind the original brick facade and stone stoop with cast iron railings, the home's interiors are a contemporary showcase of newly-installed luxury, from the fully-appointed chef's kitchen to the glazed rear wall overlooking the back patio. A one-bedroom garden-level apartment can be integrated into the triplex above, or used as a separate unit for income, guest quarters, or a home office.
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December 20, 2022

West Village co-op has a shared landscaped courtyard and roof deck for $2.75M

In the heart of the West Village, tucked away from the street as part of the Hudson Mews cooperative, a two-bedroom home is now available. Located at 256 West 10th Street, the rarely-available apartment comes with perks unique to urban living: a common landscaped courtyard and a lovely planted roof deck. The pre-war co-op is currently on the market for $2,750,000.
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December 7, 2022

For $1M, this tidy West Village railroad pad is cute as pie and has a private back patio

This clean, bright, and utterly charming prewar one-bedroom home is located in the landmarked 1893 Amos Street Condominium at 225 West 10th Street in the heart of Greenwich Village. Located at the back of the building's main floor, above street level, the apartment, asking $1,085,000, features high ceilings, crown moldings, and hardwood floors throughout–and a lovely private patio garden, perfect for informal gatherings any day of the week.
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November 22, 2022

Taylor Swift’s one-time West Village rental is back on the market for $45K/month

Here's an opportunity to rent the West Village townhouse once home to Taylor Swift. Located at 23 Cornelia Street, the home was the subject of "Cornelia Street," a song on the pop star's seventh studio album Lover that references the iconic carriage house she rented in 2016. Currently listed for $45,000/month, the 21-foot-wide property has four bedrooms, an indoor pool, and a garage.
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November 4, 2022

$2.4M co-op adds an eccentric twist to a historic West Village townhouse

Thanks to the use of bold colors, prints, and patterns, this historic West Village co-op becomes a one-of-a-kind abode. On a quaint cobblestone block, the apartment at 288 West 12th Street successfully melds original details, like the wide-plank pine floors and three wood-burning fireplaces, with funky details, from its painted ceilings and doors to the duck-egg blue cabinets in the renovated kitchen. The home is now on the market for $2,375,000.
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August 15, 2022

This $1.9M West Village pre-war condo has all the interior style of a chic design hotel

Situated on a coveted quad of West Village streets on Abingdon Square, 302 West 12th Street has the classic New York City cachet of being a Bing & Bing building. Within the building, this perfect-sized one-bedroom unit, asking $1,875,000, boasts pre-war charm and condominium flexibility enhanced by stunningly chic renovated interiors, from a colorful European-style kitchen to a vintage-modern bath.
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August 4, 2022

Andy Cohen buys West Village penthouse with two floors of outdoor space, last listed for $18.3M

TV host Andy Cohen has bought a palatial West Village penthouse that boasts two floors of outdoor space. As first reported by the New York Post, the home sits atop 299 West 12th Street, a 17-story pre-war condominium built by iconic developer Bing & Bing and designed by Emery Roth. The home has nearly 3,000 square feet of interior space, along with roughly 2,000 square feet of terrace space that offers unique unobstructed city and Hudson River views. While it's not yet known what Cohen, who lives on nearby Horatio Street, paid for the three-bedroom apartment, it was last listed for $18.3 million.
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July 12, 2022

In the West Village, $799K pre-war co-op boasts pops of color and pied-à-terre potential

On a quintessential West Village block, this pre-war one-bedroom packs a punch. Not only is the apartment at 25 Leroy Street suitable as a year-round abode, but the building also permits pied-à-terre use. Asking just under $800,000, the home charms with pops of color, exposed beams, and a surprisingly spacious upgraded kitchen (if you're okay with a built-in mini-fridge, that is).
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June 10, 2022

Hugh Jackman lists sprawling West Village triplex for $39M

Australian actor Hugh Jackman has listed his massive triplex apartment in the West Village for an impressive $38,900,000. As first reported by the New York Post, the five-bedroom home takes up three floors of 176 Perry Street, a Hudson River-facing condominium designed by acclaimed architect Richard Meier. The A-lister, who played Wolverine in X-Men and is currently starring in a revival of The Music Man on Broadway, bought the palatial pad for $21,000,000 in 2008.
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March 23, 2022

This $7.5M historic townhouse is a well-preserved piece of 19th-century West Village

It would be difficult to pass by the landmarked townhouses of Grove Street and not take notice of this perfectly-preserved snapshot of life in the West Village of the 1800s. Asking $7,500,000, 4 Grove Street is one of four featured on a "Landmarks of New York" plaque that immortalizes these Greek Revival homes built between 1825 and 1834. The 2,200-square-foot, three-story brick townhouse has retained its 19th-century architecture, with arched entryways, exposed brick, and wood beams. Within is the highest level of timeless comfort in the form of renovated marble bathrooms, a greenhouse, a private outdoor garden, wood-burning fireplaces–and a wine cellar built into an underground street tunnel from the same era as this unusual home.
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March 10, 2022

This $899K West Village co-op is bright and tranquil from top to bottom

Situated in a sliver of the West Village that embodies many a downtown NYC fantasy, this one-bedroom (convertible to two) pre-war co-op at 8 Bethune Street is the picture of Village charm. Asking $899,000, the walk-up apartment is only a two-flight hike, and nine-foot-plus ceilings, white-painted wood floors, pale brick walls, and treetop views make the walk worthwhile.
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January 19, 2022

In the West Village, a cozy co-op with a huge skylight and wood-burning fireplace asks $1.15M

A light-filled one-bedroom is now available in prime West Village. Located at 459 Hudson Street between Morton and Barrow Streets, the co-op is on the smaller side but makes up for the lack of space with an extra dose of charm. A huge skylight helps drench the living room with sunshine, while a corner wood-burning fireplace brings the whole space together. It can be yours for $1,150,000.
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November 22, 2021

This $3M West Village co-op has old-world charm at a 21st-century price

This two-bedroom, two-bath co-op at 67 Perry Street is tucked into a landmarked 19th-century row house on one of the loveliest blocks in the coveted West Village. The familiar collection of sweet details–exposed brick, a working fireplace, bay windows, and high ceilings–is enhanced by a considered custom renovation that adds colorful design and modern comfort. The compact floor-through walk-up has been cleverly carved out of a railroad layout, and though it's the embodiment of a romantic Village flat, the $2,995,000 asking price may seem more alarming than charming.
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October 18, 2021

A designer’s West Village penthouse, wrapped in luxurious finishes and outdoor gardens, asks $11.3M

Perched above one of Manhattan's most desirable downtown neighborhoods, this corner penthouse condo is surrounded by landscaped terraces, with carefully considered designer finishes within. Designed by AD100 designer Ken Fulk, the dramatic duplex is currently the home of Danielle Snyder, cofounder of the Dannijo clothing line. She and her husband have just listed the home at 175 West 10th Street for $11.3M.
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August 9, 2021

Historic West Village rowhouse has a modern garden and glass addition for $11M

This West Village townhouse at 75 Bedford Street is one of the most historic in the neighborhood (in fact, its neighbor is the famous skinniest house in NYC). But inside, it's completely contemporary thanks to glassy rear and rooftop additions and an interior renovation by architect M.N. Ahari. The highlight of the four-bedroom home is undoubtedly the glass and steel great room with 18-foot ceilings that opens to a two-tiered private garden. After last selling in 2017 for $7,800,000, the home is back on the market for $11 million.
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