Building: 29 East 9th Street
29- 31 East 9th Street, a three-building Co-op, is one of Greenwich Village’s most elegant and sought after prewar buildings. Notorious residents include actor Chris Noth and interior designer Jonathan Adler.
29, 35, and 45 East 9th Street were designed in 1925 by architect Harvey Wiley Corbett of Helme & Corbett Architects; which was one of the three firms hired to design The Rockefeller Center. Harvey W. Corbett, who also designed the iconic Co-op at 1 Fifth Avenue, lectured at the Columbia School of Architecture from 1907 to late 1930’s.
29-45 East 9th Street’s façade elegantly displays a series of double-height windows, many with rounded Juliet balconies. The well-groomed garden enhances the classy style of the building. The buildings offer three to six rooms layouts. Many of the units are duplexes with working fireplaces and 18’ barrel-vault ceilings with glamorous coffering. Each building offers a separate lobby, full-time doorman, two elevator banks, a laundry room, private storage units, and a planted rooftop deck. Pied-a-terre, washers and dryers, and pets are allowed with board approval (case-by-case). The financing allowed is 65%.
Description provided by Linette Semino
- Laundry in Building
- Pets Allowed
- Pied-à-terre allowed
- Storage Available
- Roof Deck
|Facts||68 units9 stories3 buildingsBuilt in 1925|
|Floorplans||20 floorplans available|
|Documents and Permits||63 documents and permits|
|39 previous sales ($1,127 per ft² avg, $1,799,435 avg price)|
|7 previous rentals ($7,457 avg price)|
|Owned by:||29-45 TENANTS CORP|
|Architect:||Helme & Corbett Architects|