Triple Mint Greenwich Village One-Bedroom with Soaring Ceilings
Located in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods, this pre-war, one-bedroom coop is fully renovated and sun-filled with 11’5” ceilings, an in-unit Bosch washer/dryer, and abundant storage space. This dream apartment offers chic downtown living with large windows overlooking 11th street, hardwood floors, and exposed brick walls. The open kitchen contains state of the art appliances including a Miele oven and electric cooktop, Bosch dishwasher, Liebherr refrigerator, and a U-Line wine refrigerator. The elegant bedroom has a large closet and overlooks a quiet, tree- lined street. Every detail throughout has been carefully crafted. The closets have been thoughtfully and masterly designed by California Closets. The home has wireless enabled lighting through Alexa.
In addition to all the outstanding features of this breathtaking home, The Albert showcases one of the most coveted landscaped garden roof decks overlooking charming and scenic Greenwich Village.
23 East 10th Street, originally built in 1882 by renowned architectural firm Henry J Hardenberg earned its fame when it was converted in 1887 to the Hotel Albert. In 1985 it was then converted into an elegant cooperative where today this full-service building offers a live-in super, a bike room, and is pet friendly. Conveniently located near Washington Square and Union Square, The Albert is walking distance to subway lines and some of the best restaurants and attractions of New York City.