Building History

The Brevoort East is situated in Central Greenwich Village, one of the most historic neighborhoods in the social and cultural history of America. Two blocks north of Washington Square with its evocations of Henry James, just south of burgeoning Union Square and its bustling greenmarket, poised between an East Village and a West Village suffused with music and art, the coop is an oasis of elegance amid the best New York has to offer. The Brevoort East is convenient to stores, theaters, New York University, and a short walk to all major subway lines. Known as one of New York City's premiere residences, it has consistently ranked on The Cooperator's list of top 10 coops in Manhattan. Supported by rock solid financials and smart management, apartment value has remained strong through all financial markets. Just off lower Fifth Avenue and Washington Square, the entrance to The Brevoort East welcomes residents and visitors with 24 hour Doorman and Concierge service, an enclosed vestibule/waiting area for taxis and cars and a dramatic lobby banked with windows facing beautifully landscaped gardens. A resident building manager and full staff provide support for all residents' needs.

Building Mural 

The website graphic represents the untitled mural (1965) of Washington Square Park by the artist, Thomas Fransioli. This mural is the backdrop and graces the 3500 square foot lobby of The Brevoort East. Having lived through the Depression and service during World War II, the wreckage of cities and men's lives filled Fransioli with a desire to create a neat and orderly world in painting.

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