Set in the heart of the West Village, this unique and special prewar one-bedroom, one-bathroom with private terrace at The Gansvoort, boasts a very generous layout and absolutely jaw-dropping panoramic views of Manhattan. This full-service doorman/elevator building is in a prime location at the corner of Christopher and Bleecker Street, steps from the West Village's many top restaurants, boutiques and art galleries, with the High Line, Hudson River Park and Christopher Street Pier just a short stroll away. Residents have the benefit of living in one of the most historic, serene and coveted stretches of Manhattan, while being just minutes away from Midtown and within walking distance of the Meatpacking District, Greenwich Village, Soho, and all the excitement of Downtown living.
French doors off the gracious entry gallery open to the living/dining room, where hardwood floors and a beamed ceiling are complemented by large windows allowing for incredible light and enviable city vistas. The living room is spacious with access to the fantastic private terrace, which faces east and south and offers breathtaking and sweeping views of the Village, Midtown and Downtown, from the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings in Midtown to the World Trade Center Downtown. Sunsets from here are particularly spectacular. The large corner bedroom gets excellent eastern and southern light, and also provides views of both the Empire State Building and the World Trade Center. An eat-in kitchen off the living/dining room includes excellent cabinet and counter space. The views from the kitchen are equally stunning.
The apartment has plentiful closets, including a coat closet in the entry gallery. The Gansvoort is a pet-friendly, stately prewar Art Deco building with a newly renovated lobby and hallways. Along with a full-time doorman and elevator, there is a renovated laundry room in the basement. Gas and electric are included in the rent. Available December 1st.
All the best of Downtown Manhattan living is right outside your front door. The 1 train and Path trains are just a block away while the A/C/E and B/D/F/M trains are all within a few short blocks.