Ten Jones Street is an 8-story, 59-unit red brick residential building located in the West Village of Manhattan. Although the original structure was built in the 1920s, it has been well maintained and modernized to keep pace with city life to this day. Classic features that remain popular have been retained, such as 16-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and exposed brick walls in each apartment home, lending each apartment a wealth of charm.
In the service of modernization and convenience, the kitchens have been updated to include wood cabinets, granite countertops, dishwashers, and coveted stackable washers and dryers. The bathrooms have also been updated and now include marble countertops and deep soaking tubs. Apartments are also equipped with individually controlled central air conditioning, and some include their own terraces for an additional opportunity to relax and enjoy the air and views. Additional building amenities include an attended lobby with doorman, laundry and service room, and another popular feature, a rooftop deck. As pets in the city have become established members of the families of many city dwellers, more buildings have allowed them, and this one is no exception. Subletting is also allowed here.
The building's location on a fairly quiet, tree-lined, and well-kept street may belie the atmosphere of its larger neighborhood, which is in the heart of Greenwich Village. The town is famous for its eclectic and energetic mix of artists of all stripes, and anyone who makes the area their home will have the exciting opportunity to sample them by taking advantage of the wealth of unique cuisines, clubs, shops, and galleries. Many institutions of higher learning such as New York University, The New School, and the New York Film Academy are nearby. Washington Square Park is a nice place to stop and watch the surrounding activities, including students and teachers going to class, chess players in the park, and even an impromptu performance by solo musicians. Situated as it is, surrounded by Tribeca, Little Italy and NoHo, the list of things to do is endless. And if you're health conscious, 14th Street with the Whole Foods Market (and upstairs cafe with oversized seating and windows), Trader Joe's, and the well-known open-air Greenmarket farmers market are easily accessible for any of your needs and wants. of health. . Bus and subway line locations are plentiful and, in addition to commuting, can take you to many other lovely places in the city.