|Address:||666 Greenwich Street (map)|
New York, NY 10014
|Neighborhood:||West Village, Manhattan|
|Leasing Manager:||Rockrose Development Corp.|
|Year Built:||1896 (approximate)|
|Structure:||11 floors, 479 apartment units|
|Current listing(s):||6 no-fee|
A turn-of-the-century mid-rise landmark doorman building offering laundry facilities. Built in the late 19th century in the Romanesque Revival style and originally intended as a cargo warehouse, the Archive was later converted to a storehouse for federal records before gaining the title of one of the largest commercial-to-residential conversion projects ever completed in the city (the conversion took about 12 years to complete). The massive building featuring double-heights arched windows dominates the primarily low-rise area and affords many of the residents unobstructed views of the city. This building takes up the entire block. The apartments have high ceilings.
See The Archive listings 6 listing(s), all of them 'no-fee'
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