29 Fifth Avenue
29 Fifth Avenue is a brown brick, pre-war seven-story building located in Manhattan’s famed Greenwich Village. The structure is a charming edition to a row of similarly styled rental properties. It features a canopied and limestone- constructed entrance surrounded by lush, landscaped sidewalks.
A number of the units offered at 29 Fifth Avenue feature working fireplaces. All of them have hardwood floors and windows to let in the natural light. Dishwashers are available in each apartment’s fully-equipped kitchen. The kitchens also feature wood cabinetry. The bathrooms all have stainless steel fixtures and deep tubs.
The building has several amenities and conveniences such as a laundry service and an elevator. The location is easily the best amenity of all. The building stands just steps from Washington Square Park, Union Square, New York University, and a number of public transportation options. Two very beautiful 19th-century churches are located nearby, giving a peaceful and pleasant atmosphere to the neighborhood, as well as providing examples of the fascinating architecture of the period.
Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue is one of the most popular stretches in the city, from downtown to uptown home to a wide variety of high-end shopping establishments, dining. and sightseeing destinations. Health-conscious residents and foodies alike will enjoy the proximity to the large Union Square farmer’s market, Trader Joe’s, and Whole Foods branches, as well as the well-known liveliness and up-tempo of the area. They might even spot some of the local chefs buying ingredients for the evenings featured entrees.
- Canopied Entrance
- Good Public Transportation
- On-site laundry Facilities
- Prime Greenwich Village Location
- Wood-burning Fireplaces
- No Balconies
- No Concierge
- No Fitness Center
- No Garage