Greenwich Village is known around the world for its bohemian character, lively spirit and rich history.
The area has attracted some of the most creative literary and musical minds from Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix to Edgar Allan Poe and Allen Ginsberg.
21 East 12th Street, a William Macklowe Company project, is a modern twist of a traditional prewar apartment building that is right at home in this storied neighborhood.
Residing at the corner of 12th Street and University Place, the Selldorf architects designed building consists of 52 corner residences.
Oversized inset casement windows allow in tons of natural light as well as allow stunning views of the Midtown skyline on down to the World Trade Center.
Selldorf’s, known for elegant minimalism, leave their mark throughout this building where well-planned layouts and meticulous details carve out habitable extravagance.
Two townhomes, each with a spacious private garden, make up the podium while two penthouses comprise the beacon on top.
Amenities include a fitness center, a playroom, a lounge, landscaped terrace and on-site parking.