Top 5 New Residential Developments In Greenwich Village

There are a number of new and upcoming residential developments sprouting across the highly sought after Manhattan neighborhood of Greenwich Village. Below are some of the top new buildings that will soon come:


1) 64 University Place

One of the most highly anticipated residential projects coming soon to Greenwich Village is 64 University Place, which is being constructed between East 11th and East 12th Streets and is located between Union Square Park and Washington Square Park. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox for Bsafal, the ground-up 55,000-square foot development will stand 11 stories tall and yield 28 condominiums marketed by Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of The Eklund|Gomes Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate.  There will be 9 one-bedrooms, 13 two-bedrooms, 4 three-bedrooms, and 2 penthouses, while future amenities include a 24/7 doorman, a lounge, a rooftop terrace, a private garden, and a gym with a steam room. 64 University Place is scheduled for completion next fall.  Foundations are now underway. 


2) 401 West Street

This topped out property is located along the Hudson River and is known as The Collection. The eight-story building is designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen and Hill West Architects, while Wainbridge Capital is the develop of the 10-unit project, which is being built on a narrow plot of land across from Christopher Street Pier. Every residence is going to have perfect unobstructed views of the sunsets over Jersey City across the Hudson River, while also seeing the lush greenery and landscaping of Hudson River Park. A revised completion date has yet to be announced. 


3) 111 Charles Street 

At the corner of Hudson and Charles Streets is 111 Charles Street, one of the largest new residential developments in Greenwich Village. Designed by BKSK Architects and developed by Aurora Capital Associates and William Gottlieb Real Estate, the 48,535-square foot reinforced concrete superstructure stands topped out as a seven-story building. It measures 63 feet tall and will contain 19 units and 6,000 square feet of commercial retail space on the ground floor and cellar level. One-bedrooms will span roughly 670 square feet, two-bedrooms measure around 1,200 square feet, and three-bedroom penthouses on the top floor are 1,820 square feet. Amenities on the second floor will connect to an outdoor terrace. 111 Charles Street is slated to be finished sometime next spring.


4) 14 Fifth Avenue

Designed by renowned architect Robert A. M. Stern and HIll West Architects, 14 Fifth Avenue will soon grace the Greenwich Village with 19 stories of Pre War-inspired architectural quality and elegance. The planned 241-foot tall residential tower has 52 feet of frontage between East 8th and East 9th Street that will reportedly yield 29 condominiums. Work is still on the foundations and is slated to be finished by the winter of 2024.


5) 144 Barrow Street 

Located on the westernmost edge of the West Village is 144 Barrow Street, a topped out seven-story mixed-use residence which will yield 16 units and ground-floor commercial space. BKSK Architects is the designer of the 24,800-square foot reinforced concrete structure which is bound by Christopher Street to the north and Barrow Street to the south. 22,988 square feet will be allocated towards living space while the following numbers break down the square footage of each level: 6,221 square feet in the cellar; 6,394 square feet on the ground floor; 3,698 on floors two through five; 3,686 on the sixth level; 2,845 square feet on floor seven; and 713 square feet on the rooftop level. It's been reported that the property will complete construction in spring 2023.

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