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This 1929 Bing and Bing condominium was converted to condo in 1986. The building has 183 units and 16 floors, a 24 hour doorman, a live in super and storage in the building. There are 2 elevators, large casement windows, and a tremendous location.
The apartments have high beamed ceilings and range in size from 700 to 3100 square feet in size. They have wood floors, large open floorplans, fireplaces, large windows with great light, gourmet kitchens, and some sunken living rooms. There are large closets, and plenty of prewar detail like moldings, and steam heat.
Quaint buildings, cobblestone streets, few high rises and cute stores all describe Greenwich Village. There are plenty of speakeasys, caberets, off off broadway productions and even Magnolia Bakery. New to the area is the burgeoning Meatpacking district where new condos have gone up. Close by is the Highline where countless things are happening. Soho is a couple of blocks away and you can always hang out in Washington Square Park too.