Located atop a historic 1928 Emery Roth building is Penthouse D. Featuring original ebonized herringbone floors and re-plastered Venetian waxed walls, this beautiful apartment exemplifies class and innovative design. The approximately 572 square foot wraparound terrace boasts northern and western exposures and has extravagantly ornate detailing both on the parapet wall and exterior wall, creating a fantastical exterior setting in the sky. The pristine kitchen features a green glass mosaic tile backsplash by Bisazza and stainless steel counter tops which have been beautifully maintained. Even the doors and moldings have been stripped down to raw steel and the original windows have been restored. In addition, there is through the wall AC. Surely, this is one of the most unique apartments in Greenwich Village. The Devonshire House is a well established pre-war condominium built in 1928 and converted in 2009. The building includes a courtyard, roof deck, exercise room, private storage, children s room and bike room. Sorry, no pets.