Luxury with Style: 5 Greenwich Village Rentals

Greenwich Village is undoubtedly one of Manhattan’s most visually attractive neighborhoods. The mix of pre-war and new construction buildings pair beautifully with its vibrant assortment of shops, restaurants, and bars.

One Union Square South

One Union Square South is one of Greenwich Village’s most iconic buildings, and is immediately recognizable from Union Square Park by “Metronome”, a massive piece of public art that covers the base facade. Tenants can take advantage the rooftop terrace, which comes complete with full furnishings, including barbecue grills, and a lush lawn.

2 Cooper Sq

This stunning rental building takes the appeal of brick architecture, and updates it for modern living. 2 Cooper Square’s expansive, 6,500 sqft rooftop terrace is a great common area, complete with a pool, barbecue grill, and wet bar. Other building features include a comprehensive health and fitness center, topped off by dedicated a dedicated yoga studio and massage room, as well as a screening room.

640 Broadway

Also known as 640 Noho, this pre-war building features some of the most impressive loft apartments for rent in Greenwich Village. This luxury building showcases all of the best elements of loft living — high, barrel-vaulted ceilings, open floor plans, and hardwood oak flooring — as well as the convenience of modern amenities, like top-notch kitchen appliances, spa-like bathroom fixtures, and in-unit washer/dryers.

The Greenwich

Simply and sensibly dubbed The Greenwich, this pre-war residential building at 65 West 13th Street features beautifully refinished apartments for rent. Inside, each apartment features high ceilings and oversized windows, framing great city views, while also inviting plenty of sunlight. Additionally, the building’s rooftop terrace is fully furnished, offering a perfect relaxation space.

31 W 11th St

This pre-war building is probably the most traditional one on the list, thanks to its captivating pre-war architecture and warmly designed interiors. But whereas subtle bay windows confer a distinctly classic charm, polished kitchens and spa-like bathrooms offer the convenience of modern luxury living.