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The condominium building was built in 1964 and converted in 1992 to a condominium. It has an elevator, 121 units and 18 floors and is located in the heart of Greenwich Village. This red brick building has north, south, east and west exposures and some terraces. Because this is one of the taller buildings in the area, the views are quite nice as well.
It is close to Washington Square Park, Soho and has easy access to public transportation and shops in the area. Many of the finest restaurants are in the area, and you can enjoy live music, art galleries and some comedy venues as well. There are plenty of quaint shops.
The apartments at 15 Charles Street have tremendous views of the surrounding area and buildings. They have parquet wood floors and picture windows. Some, if not all of the apartments have renovated kitchens and luxury baths. Because of the time when this building was constructed, the ceilings are not as high as it's prewar counterparts but the views and location more than make up for it.