West Village ApartmentsCommunity ForumLuxury Apartments in the West Village
Luxury Apartments in the West Village. I am looking for a luxury apartment, the most luxurious of the luxurious in the West Village. Money isn't an issue. Where would you live if you could rent the best?
Are you looking to rent or purchase?
For rental, there is a $31000 rental of a 2400 sf 3BR 3BA unit that has panoramic view of the Hudson River and the city.
On the same building, there is a 4600 sf 4BR 4BA for sale at $35,000,000
Paul WongKeller Williams917-576-8323
The entire area of The West Village is beautiful. Luxury usually means lots of ammenities such as doorman, concierge, health club, roof-top deck etc.But what does it mean to you? Do you want privacy -- or is a killer skyline view more important? I myself have lived in the West Village on Perry Street a beautiful Tree-lined block of brownstones.Feel free to contact me and I will be happy to help you find this palace!Michellemichelle.firstname.lastname@example.org
Live west of Hudson Street... away from 7th avenue area, they tend to be the more lux apt rentals and better area, where the movie stars live.
I've helped many clients with luxury sales and rentals in the West Village (luxury is my team's specialty). However, your question is too vague. I would need to know more, such as how many bedrooms do you need; do you prefer prewar, postwar, or construction after 2000; do you like modern or more traditional. I appreciate that money is no object but everyone has a budget. I can show you apartments for $10,000, $20,000, or $50,000 per month. However, if you would really like your question answered we would need to have a more in-depth discussion.
Dan GellerGeller GroupKeller Williams NYC(646) email@example.com://www.kw.com/kw/agent/gellergroup
One of the best buildings in the West Village is 299 West 12th. It is a Bing and Bing building with massive layouts and amazing details. Situated right in the middle of Hudson and West 12th across from Abingdon Square, it is the solid pre-war type of apartment that is a typical NYC apartment. Also the Archive, but those rent way faster as it is a rental building and not a co-op like West 12th.
If you are into more "Modern" then I would say 600 Washington or a sublet in a new construction is the way to go.
If you are overwhelmed with the plethora of options, I am right on Horatio St if you need a seasoned veteran to guide you home! ;-)
There are some really nice apartments at the Perry Street condos. A lot of celebrities live there as well. Let me know if you would like to view some to buy or rent.
I would look in the luxury condos - Superior Ink, One Jackson Square, The Gansevoort, 165 Charles St, 166 Perry St, 99 Jane, 173-176 Perry St, 61 Jane, Hudson Blue, 111 Barrow, 122 Greenwich AVe, etc. and see if any owners are renting their places out. I did a quick search and there are a few great apartments available to rent at some of the ones I just mentioned. I would also look at 666 Greenwich (the Archive Building) 100 Jane Street, 110 Horatio St and 600 Washington Street (the Highline)- all luxury rental buildings. Let me know if you need additional help!
Your question has two answers. If I wanted the "most luxurious of the luxurious" and price was really "no issue", I wouldn't live in the West Village. The west Village just does not have an abundance of that level of residences. Currently there is a large 9,000 square foot residence available for $75,000 or a full floor apartment at 7,300 square feet for $55,000. There are only 20 currently available two bedroom plus apartments from $10,000 to $75,000 monthly is all of the West Village.