Building: 299 West 12th Street
299 West 12th Street (along with it’s sister building (302 West 12th Street) is one of the premiere West Village Pre-War Condos. Developed by the Developers Bing & Bing and designed by prolific the prolific architect, Emery Roth in 1931, the building features mainly Studios and One Bedrooms, although over the years combinations have created some 2 bedrooms and larger apartments.
Being a pre-war condo, prices for units in this and 302 West 12th, are well above the average for other 1Brs in the area and Chelsea, due to the restrictions on new construction in the West Village and thus lack of condo inventory of this type.
Converted in 1986, it features 187 apartments. Pets are permitted with condo board approval. Full service building.
Situated at the north end of the beautifully restored (with funding and care by neighbors) Abingdon Square Park, it is at the heart of the West Village. The park features a farmers’ market on Saturdays and was originally part of a 300 Acre estate purchased in 1740 by Sir Peter Warren of the British Navy and gifted to his daughter Charlotte upon her marriage.
Description provided by Tony Sargent
- Laundry in Building
- Pets Allowed
- NYC Storm Zone 4
|Facts||180 units17 storiesBuilt in 1930|
|Building Class||RM Condominium, Mixed Residential & Commercial Building (RM)|
|District||Community District 102City Council District 3Police Precinct 6|
|Floorplans||76 floorplans available|
|Documents and Permits||242 documents and permits|
|Sales Listings||1 active sale ($1,200,000 avg price)|
|80 previous sales ($2,053 per ft² avg, $2,386,075 avg price)|
|Rentals Listings||3 active rentals ($75 per ft² avg, $7,315 avg price)|
|140 previous rentals ($73 per ft² avg, $4,255 avg price)|
|Owned by:||299 WEST 12TH ST COND|
|Architect:||Emery Roth & Sons|
|Developer:||Bing & Bing|