35 West 9th Street sits on a tranquil tree-lined street in the heart of Greenwich Village. It was built in 1926 and converted to co-operative in 1982. This elegant 10-story co-op has 36 units, with only 4 units per floor, each with varying bedroom units. Many homes feature attractive pre-war details, such as beamed ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, inlaid herringbone floors and original moldings.
Greenwich Village is home to New York University, The New School, Cooper Union and Washington Square Park, the nearly 10-acre park known for the iconic arch which rests upon its northern boundary. The Village features many row houses and pre-war buildings. Residents can enjoy numerous iconic restaurants, walks down the winding cobblestone streets, and nights out at its many clubs, which host all types of music and comedy. Life in Greenwich Village is culturally rich, with new experiences waiting just around every corner.