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Building: 166 Second Avenue

166 Second Avenue, New York, NY, 10003
159 units16 storiesBuilt in 1929

Building Description

This is a dangerous location for food lovers! Blackhound bakery is right downstairs and the famous Veselka Polish diner is one block away. You can sit out front and enjoy your iced coffee at Dunkin Donuts-before heading across the street to take advantage of the twice weekly farmers market. The glorious mix of new and old are what make 166 Second Avenue one of my favorite buildings in the city. You are in the heart of the Village-walk to Union Square, Washington Square Park or get a tattoo in Alphabet City. This doorman elevator pre-war gem features studio, one and two bedroom apartments with stainless steel kitchens, marble bath, French doors and crown molding. One of the great features is the uniqueness of the floor plans above the 10’Th floor. You will find unique layouts, great views and great detail. This pet friendly building has studios, one beds starting , and two bedrooms.
Neighborhood: East Village
Floors: 15 Floors
Age: Pre War
Service: 24 Hour Doorman
Laundry: Basement
Pets: Yes

Description provided by Gus Waite

Building Amenities

  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Pets Allowed
  • NYC Storm Zone 6

Building Facts

Facts 159 units16 storiesBuilt in 1929
Building Class D9
District Community District 103City Council District 2Police Precinct 9
Floorplans 8 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 5 documents and permits
Rentals Listings 3 active rentals ($3,383 avg price)
152 previous rentals ($71 per ft² avg, $3,169 avg price)
Owned by: I BLDG CO., INC
Manager: BLDG

Rentals - 3 active

3.5 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath
2 rooms, studio
1 bath
2 rooms, studio
1 bath


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