Map of 23 E 10 St, New York, NY 10003, 409
|4||min||8th St - NYU||N R|
|5||min||Union Sq - 14th St||L|
|4||min||Grace Church School (PK-8)||Private|
|5||min||Harvey Milk High School (9-12)||Public|
|8||min||Gateway School of New York (K-8 & ungraded)||Private|
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Nestled between Washington Square and Union Square on tree-lined University Place in the heart of the Greenwich Village, quiet seclusion awaits inside Apartment 409 at the Albert. Northern, painter's light floods a voluminous space with 11 foot ceilings through floor-length windows, while recessed lighting on dimmers sets the evening mood.
Pre-War details remain from its historic beginnings as the Albert Hotel from the moment you step into the formal entry foyer, where period pendant lighting accents exposed-brick masonry and a wooden-beamed threshold. The kitchen and bath are found off the entryway, though most definitely on storyboard. A massive decorative stone fireplace is the centerpiece of a living room large enough for dining, accented by hardwood floors. The king-sized bedroom features pocket doors and a huge length-of-the-room custom closet.
Set in the last bohemian enclave on Manhattan, the Albert is a cooperative at a cultural crossroads, consisting of a conversion of three landmarked buildings. A 24-hour Concierge greets you from the lobby on 10th Street, while access from 11th Street is available via intercom. Simply one of the most spectacular landscaped roof terraces in all the city sets the Albert apart. Laundry can be found in the basement.
The building is wonderfully managed, financially healthy, and provides welcomed service to its residents. The staff, from handymen to porters, is a reflection of the major asset that is its Resident Manager. The board will consider parental purchases, co-purchases, trusts, gifts, pied-a-terre and pets.
The vibrant neighborhoods that surround the Albert are easily walkable and bursting with all the creature comforts and conveniences like time-tested restaurants, bespoke shopping, boutique fitness and unparalleled grocery options-- Whole Foods, Agata y Valentina, Citarella and Gristides. The 4/5/6, N/Q/R/W, and L trains at Union Square best even the most central of locations.
This unit is located at The Albert, a coop in Greenwich Village. Built in 1923, this pre-war mid-rise property has 215 units.