95 Christopher Street

95 Christopher Street

New York City, New York, 10014

 16 Units 
 16 Floors 
 Built in 1930 
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Description
The 95 Christopher Street building is located in West Village, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan. It is 16 stories tall. The building was developed in 1930. It features 200 residential units. It was last renovated in 1989.

Explore the Washington Square Park area. The location is very convenient for those attending New York University. The area has a number of food options, including Magnolia Bakery, The Cornelia Street Cafe, and The Spotted Pig. These are located within 319 yards. One If By Land, Two If By Sea and Havana Alma De Cuba are some of the restaurants in the area. Whitney Museum Of American Art is here. Museums such as Rubin Museum Of Art and New York City Fire Museum are in the neighbood.
Features & Amenities
Feature Cats Allowed
Feature Common Outdoor Space
Feature Dogs Allowed
Feature Doorman
Feature Elevator
Feature Laundry In Building
Feature Private Outdoor Space
Beds Baths Unit Price Posted Sqft
Studio 1 Bath 7A $3,150 1 week ago   -
Nearby Transportation
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0.09 mi at Christopher St (West 4th St and 7th Ave)
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0.23 mi at West 4th St (West 4th St)
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0.38 mi at 14th St (14th St and 7th Ave)
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0.46 mi at 8th Av (14th St and 8th Ave)
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0.50 mi at Spring St (Spring St and 6th Ave)
The Area (West Village Apartments for Rent)

The West Village is known for its bohemian chic flares and is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the city. Due it its quiet tree-lined streets and the trendy and stylish vibes, it is the perfect hideaway for many artists and celebrities. The West Village is a neighborhood of free spirited luxury. You'll find 19th century townhomes as well as cul-de-sacs and more recently some condominiums, though even these newer developments are small compared to the standard ones across the rest of the city. Off the grid system, the winding streets of the West Village are exciting, if not complicated, to explore. You'll get lost, but that's okay, because the streets are charming and lovely.

Atmosphere

The architecture of the West Village sets it apart from any other neighborhood. There aren't skyscrapers and the most desirable homes are brownstones and townhouses which sit next to the famous Washington Square Park. The arts community of the West Village is an integral part of theā€¦

West Village Apartments

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