7 Jones Street

Key Details

  • Built in 1900
  • 20 Units
  • 5 Floors
  • Newly restored building facade
  • Historic District
  • Pre-war Building

Building Description

This historic pre-war building sits on a tree-lined block between Bleecker and West 4th Street and features a newly restored facade, five-stories, and a fantastic location in the West Village historic district which boasts charming homes, shops, and restaurants. It is well-connected to both the subway—the A, B, C, D, F, M, 1, and 2 trains—and PATH, which offers access to Newark, Harrison, Hoboken, and Jersey City.

Greenwich Village

Neighborhood
Description

On the lower west side of Manhattan, this Bohemian capital is centered around Washington Square Park. Extending north to 14th Street and south to Houston, it’s a neighborhood made for wandering; the cozy, tree-lined streets provide timeless charm, with modern conveniences nestled between historic shops and homes.

The Village retains it’s unique flavor as it continues to attract an eclectic mix. Transit options abound with several subway lines offering service, but with so many inviting cafes and boutiques at your doorstep, there’s no need to venture very far.

Noteable
Neighbors

  • Washington Square Park
  • Hudson River Park
  • New York University
  • High Line
  • Christopher Street Pier
  • Barrow Street Theatre
  • IFC Center

Getting
Around

  • W4 MTA Stop
  • Christopher Street MTA Stop
  • CITI Bike

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