Building: 808 Broadway in East Village
18 floorplans available
Owned by BROADWAY 11 OWNERS IN
Built in 1982
808 Broadway, located on the northeast corner of 11th Street is a luxury boutique Co-Op, built in approximately 1887-1888 by the well-known nineteenth century architect, James Renwick, Jr. who is best known for his stunning ecclesiastical masterpieces, nearby Grace Church (c.1843) at 802 Broadway and the Roman Catholic St. Patrick’s Cathedral of New York (c.1858-1879). One of Renwick’s later commissions, 808 Broadway shows similarity in style with his earlier works in the Gothic details of the building façade, most notably the windows which display the characteristic pointed Gothic arch, and some of the upper windows with charming “trefoil” arch details.
This striking building has eight floors and approximately 45 units including studios through 2 Bedrooms and a small number of larger combinations. Most of the penthouse apartments are duplexes and each has a sizable private terrace on the upper level along with the master suite. 808 Broadway is a pet friendly building and features a full-time doorman, live-in Super, recently renovated elegant lobby, common courtyard, storage, and bike room. It is perfectly located in the heart of Greenwich Village and just steps to Union Square and its famous Greenmarket and just a stone’s throw to Union Square Café, and The Strand Bookstore.
Building Description Provided by Carolyn Zweben
|Bike Room||Live-in Super||Storage Available|
|Elevator||Community Recreation Facilities|
|1 active sales listings:||$1,095 per ft² (avg)|
|3 previous sales listings:||$973 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
|2 recorded sales:||$1,115,000 (avg price in the last 180 days)|
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