The 25th floor two bedroom two bath co-op at 1 Fifth Avenue sells for $7 million. The residence #25AB features a private elevator landing, southern views overlooking Washington Square Park, western views to the Hudson river and northern views of the Empire State building. Additional features include an open living/dining room with picture windows, central air conditioning, wood floors, a modern stainless steel kitchen, a sound system, custom built in storage, and an entertaining bar. 1 Fifth Avenue, built in 1927, is a New York City landmark located in Greenwich Village. Building amenities include a two story lobby and 24 hour concierge and doorman. [NY Post]
The nearly 8,000 SF Penthouse IV at the Puck Building, 293 Lafayette Street, lists for $35 million. The 4 BR 5.5 Bath residence features a 40 ft entrance gallery with custom lighting leading to a grand 24’11” x 39′ living room with floor to ceiling windows overlooking a 2,027 SF wrap around terrace with lush landscaping, a hot tub, an outdoor television, a willow pergola and seating and dining areas. The Puck Building, built circa 1893, is a New York City landmark. Building amenities include full-time doorman and concierge. [Mansion Global]
“A Greenwich Village townhouse designed by James Renwick Jr., the architect of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, is on the market for $28 million,” reports Mansion Global.
“Built in 1856, the roughly 9,000-square-foot Anglo-Italianate house has six stories, 13½-foot ceilings, original fireplace mantels and a rooftop terrace, according to marketing materials. There are six wood-burning fireplaces, seven bedrooms, a chef’s kitchen and two kitchenettes.” The townhouse has been extensively restored including the additions of an elevator, modern mechanicals, and a backyard garden.