29 5th Avenue is a charming, well-kept elevator building in the most historic and exclusive part of 5th Avenue in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village neighborhood. This attractive, pre-war, brown-brick rental apartment building is 7-stories tall and is located between 9th and 10th Streets in a prime section of Lower Fifth Avenue. 29 5th Avenue has a canopied entrance surrounded by a limestone base and sidewalk landscaping, giving it a classic air of Old New York luxury.
There are only 16 apartments for rent at 29 Fifth Avenue, so this exclusive apartment building is a quiet, private environment for its residents. All of these luxury apartments in Manhattan feature hardwood floors and high ceilings, and with oversized windows there is a considerable light and air because of the presence of two very handsome 19th-century churches on the northwest corners of 10th and 11th Streets. Additionally, the kitchens in 29 Fifth Avenue all feature dishwashers, and some of these pre-war apartments boast fireplaces as well.
29 Fifth Avenue has a prime Greenwich Village location that is just steps away from Washington Square Park, Union Square, and an abundance of public transportation options. Amenities at this pre-war apartment building include a live-in superintendent, an elevator, and laundry. Manhattan’s Greenwich Village neighborhood is one of the most vibrant, cultured areas in Manhattan, so residents of the pre-war apartments in 29 Fifth Avenue will be able to enjoy the excitement of downtown Manhattan from a serene location.