692 Greenwich Street is a brick-clad loft building with a cast-iron base, originally erected in 1915. Located in Manhattan's West Village neighborhood, 692 Greenwich Street is a modern-day condominium building. Converted to loft apartments in 1985, and then to condominiums in 2001, 692 Greenwich Street today spreads across 5 full floor lofts, each offering some1600 square feet of space. The building is serviced by an elevator, and units are enhanced by the luxuries of a common roof deck and grill, basement storage, bike room... and low common charges.
Commonly defined as the portion of Manhattan that stretches from 14th to Houston Streets, between the Hudson River and 6th Avenue, West Village is known for its free-spirited lifestyle, countless sidewalk cafes and charming tree-lined streets. West Village personifies Downtown. Architecturally diverse, its stately townhouses attract residents equally strongly as its expansive lofts. Throughout, the Village retains its small-town sensibility and charm. Tree-lined streets, elegant brownstones, courtyards tucked way from public view, will make a visitor spellbound. With its streets set at an angle to those of its imme- diate neighbors, West Village is alive with classic artist lofts, brownstones, and pre-war apartments – offering its residents a more bohemian approach to city living.