This block-long apartment building of 1952 is deliberately deceptive in appearance: it has a low red-brick portion fronting on Washington Square, designed to harmonize in scale and style with the 19th century townhouses it adjoins. Set back behind it, in glazed white brick, is the 22-story high-rise portion fronting on Fifth Avenue. Notable tenants over the years include former three-term Mayor of New York City Edward I. Koch, Congresswoman Bella Abzug, United States v Windsor lead plaintiff for same-sex marriage Edie Windsor, photographer Andrè Kertesz and author and AIDS activist Larry Kramer.
Location, Location, Location
The Village, in the palm of your hands.
Browse the latest neighborhood events and enjoy dozens of exclusive discounts and offers at shopping, dining, fitness and lifestyle businesses in Greenwich Village.
SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER
The Village Beat features the latest news, events and business information.
We send e-newsletters once every two weeks. We’ll never share your information and you can unsubscribe anytime.