666 Greenwich Street
The Archive

Listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, this landmark treasure that housed the U.S. Appraiser’s Warehouse and has defined West Village style since 1899 was redesigned into 479 loft-like luxury duplex apartments in 1988.

Just a block from the Hudson River waterfront and steps from the Christopher Street PATH station, the 10-story Archive is distinguished by its striking red brick Romanesque Revival-style exterior and double-height arched windows. This impressive building dominates the predominantly low-rise West Village area, commanding stunning views in all directions. Enjoy the convenience of an on-site grocer, fitness center and parking, plus glorious river and city views from a rooftop garden. Double-height ceilings, arched windows and a large center court above the first floor are among the distinctive architectural features that make this the West Village’s most prestigious rental residence.

  • Fitness Center
  • Valet
  • Roof Deck
  • On-site Grocery Store
  • Garage

West Village

One of the most coveted places to live, play and people-watch in Manhattan, the popular West Village is intimate, quaint, and synonymous with New York’s bohemian culture. Even the many trendy shops, restaurants and nightspots that delight residents do not detract from the inherent charm of this neighborhood still defined by its deep artistic roots.

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666 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10014

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Photo: Subway icon 1 train to Christopher Street, Photo: Subway icon APhoto: Subway icon CPhoto: Subway icon E to West 4th Street, or Photo: Subway icon BPhoto: Subway icon DPhoto: Subway icon FPhoto: Subway icon M to West 4th Street.

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