40-50 East 10th Street between Broadway & University Place
Circa 1929 // ARCHITECT: Helmle, Corbett & Harrison
Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, on lovely tree-lined 10th Street, this building truly stands out for its reserved elegance. Occupying an exceptionally long site of 275 feet, the facade is comprised of a two-story stone base with a yellowish brick above, cleverly undulating to break up the extreme length. The building retains its charming original steel casement windows, and all the front facing apartments have small Juliet balconies off their Living Rooms. The apartments are all three and four room with one and two bedroom configurations — 12 apartments to a floor, configured with four apartments around three elevator cores. Every apartment has an oversized Living Room with a wood-burning fireplace. In the two bedroom apartments, the second bedroom was originally conceived as a Formal Dining Room.
WHAT A BUYER CAN EXPECT TO PAY: $2M for a two bedroom, $1.3M – $1.5M for a one bedroom