5 Doorman Properties in Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village has been a long time favorite for prospective home buyers and renters in the past couple of decades. This historic Manhattan neighborhood is nestled on the west side of the island between Chelsea to the north, Hudson Square to the south, and the East VIllage to the east. It still features some of the oldest streets laid out from the 19th century before Manhattan expanded northward with its iconic street grid above 14th Street. With its mix of charming shops, restaurants, townhomes and new 21st century developments, here are five examples of some of the newest and most popular properties in the neighborhood. 



Located along West Street and sitting across from Hudson River Park, 150 Charles Street is a 17-story residence designed by COOKFOX Architects and developed by The Witkoff Group. Completed in 2013, it features 91 units, both rentals and condominiums with interiors by Alan Wazenberg Design. 

Last year, one of the two twin penthouses sold for $52 million, or more than $11,500 per square foot. It yields five bedrooms and six bathrooms across 4,610 square feet of interior space and 2,500 square feet of private outdoor space. 

Amenities include a doorman, a 24/7 concierge, a swimming pool, valet parking, private storage, a playroom for children, a package room, a common garden designed by Dirtworks Landscape Architecture, a communal terrace and rooftop deck, an exercise room, a central laundry room, and in-unit washer and dryers. 



The Greenwich Lane is a full-block residential development completed in 2013 with 389 units and ground-floor retail space. Located in the heart of the neighborhood, the FXCollaborative-designed structure is developed by Rudin Management and sits on the former site of St. Vincent's Hospital. Inside are a mix of rental and condominium units with the most expensive sale being a 5,587-square foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse for $40 million back in 2017. The property is among the most notable residential complex in the district when one thinks about Greenwich Village NYC.

Amenities include a central garden, designed by M. Paul Friedberg & Partners, a full fitness and wellness level with yoga and treatment rooms, a 25-meter swimming pool with hot tub, a high-end golf simulator, a lounge, a dining room with guest chef’s kitchen and separate catering kitchen, a 21-seat screening room, a light-filled children’s playroom, bicycle and private storage, and 24-hour attended lobbies.



90 Morton Street is a modest 12-story condominium complex in the West Village. Designed by Asaf Gottesman of Gottesman-Szmelcman Architecture and developed by Brack Capital Real Estate, the building stands 150 feet tall and yields 35 homes. The site once held an industrial printing warehouse before being repurposed and expanded into the building seen today. Residences are spread across 122,000 square feet with Marc Turkel of Leroy Street Studio. as the interior designer. 

The most expensive sale was a 5,252-square foot, 5-bedroom 5.5-bathroom penthouse for $24.9 million back in 2020. 

Homes feature ceilings up to 12 feet 4 inches with original concrete beams and columns newly painted, 10-inch-wide-plank floors, and industrial-modern kitchens with custom walnut Poliform cabinets, and custom blackened-steel-and-glass upper cabinets and white quartzite counters and backsplashes. Homes come furnished with Gaggenau refrigerators and dishwashers, a stainless-steel Gaggenau convection oven, a speed oven, a warming drawer and cooktop, two under-counter refrigerator drawers, a Sub-Zero wine refrigerator, a Blanco sink with a stainless-steel Waterstone faucet, and a water filter. Master bathrooms have honed Royal Danby marble and have Kaldewei deep-soaking tubs, while powder rooms are lined with Ceppo di Gre stone tiles.



160 Leroy Street is a 15-story condominium complex designed by Herzog & de Meuron and developed by Ian Schrager in a collaboration with Ares Management LLC, Weinberg Properties and William Gottlieb Real Estate. Its signature undulating concrete and glass facade is unmistakable along West Street, and features 57 units with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing as the head of sales and marketing. Madison Cox is the landscape architect. 

The most expensive recorded closing was back in 2021 for a home closing at $25,695,000.

Amenities include a live-in super, on-site parking, a fitness center, cold storage, a playroom for kids, a bicycle storage room, and a swimming pool. 



111 Leroy Street is a ten-story residential development in the West Village. Designed by Workshop/APD and developed by Property Markets Group, the project has just nine full-floor condominiums units, called The Residences, and five adjacent single-family townhouses, called The Houses. While relatively small in scale compared to the other four mentioned sites, it is still a charming property providing high-quality Greenwich Village apartments

The most expensive unit sold was a 2,895-square foot  two-bedroom 2.5-bathroom penthouse for $8,995,000. 

Douglas Elliman is in charge of marketing and sales a landscaped private terrace with a fire pit, outdoor kitchen, and hot tub. Other amenities include a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, and a residential lounge.

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