The Villager is a luxury New York rental that combines classic pre-war elements with contemporary conveniences. Built in 1902, the Villager became the famed Charles restaurant in the 1940s and was converted from office space to luxury rentals in 1981. It was completely renovated in 1995. This prewar mid-rise reaches just six floors and contains forty spacious apartments, all of which are easily accessible via elevator.
Apartments at the Villager feature spacious floor plans combined with soaring thirteen-foot ceilings and oversized, double-paned windows, which give the units a uniquely open and airy feeling. Select residences also feature exposed brick walls and romantic wood-burning fireplaces. Because of the recent renovation, the fully equipped kitchens are now outfitted with state-of-the-art appliances, including dishwashers and microwaves, and are finished with sleek granite countertops and wooden cabinetry. Bathrooms have also been newly renovated and include luxurious soaking tubs and marble and stainless steel accents.
The Villager offers its tenants prewar charm and elegance in conjunction with the expected amenities. There's a doorman to greet residents upon arrival, and video security is provided as an added safety measure. Residents have full access to the 24-hour deluxe Brixity Tenant Services, concierge service, doorman, and live-in resident manager. There's also an on-site laundry facility with the optional convenience of laundry service.
The Villager enjoys a central West Village location. There are many nearby restaurants, movie theatres, off-Broadway shows, and live music options. The Villager also enjoys close proximity to public transportation.