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203 East 13th Street, East Village, Manhattan, NY 10003

Pre-war Condo

17 units
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  • 17 residences
  • 4 stories
  • BUILT 1851

The Details About 203 East 13th Street

Situated on the corner of East 13th and Third Avenue, this elevator condominium, now named Pear Tree Place, has portions dating back to 1865. Home to the original Kiehl’s and the site of Peter Stuyvesant’s famous pear tree which once flourished here for over two hundred years. It is conveniently located at the crossroads of the East Village and Union Square, within a stone’s throw to Trad...

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  • Elevators
  • Washer/Dryer Permitted

Pear Tree Place Units

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Get to know the East Village

In the mid-20th century, what used to be a region subsumed into the Lower East Side became so distinct it warranted a spin-off into an entirely separate neighborhood. At present, the East Village has struck out on its own to become one of the city’s most adored areas. For a place that seems to embody a more modern version of New York City-style greatness, the East Village contains bountiful history. St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery on East 10th was constructed in the late 1790s and stands as Manhattan’s second-oldest church building. An unassuming Gothic revival townhouse on Avenue B is the nationally-recognized Charlie Parker Residence, where the jazz legend lived in the 1950s. Across from Bird’s former home awaits Tompkins Square Park, a green centerpiece with plenty of shade under a collection of elm trees where you can sit, relax, and snack on a bagel for a while.

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