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250 Mercer Street
Mercer House, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, NY 10012

Pre-war Co-op

275 units
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  • 275 residences
  • 18 stories
  • BUILT 1888

The Details About 250 Mercer Street

Mercer Square is a converted pre-war loft co-op in the heart of Greenwich Village. The building occupies a great central location near Washington Square Park, New York University and SoHo. With 275 units on 16 floors, 250 Mercer is one of the larger co-op buildings in Greenwich Village/NoHo area. Built in 1888 and converted to a co-op in 1986, the building enjoys an architecturally stunning faa...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Multi-Floor laundry room

Mercer House Units

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    • For Rent
    • Sold
    • Rented
    • In Contract
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Get to know Greenwich Village

When you want New York City without the city, you head to Greenwich Village. It is an area that is about as storybook as Manhattan gets, sporting leafy trees, distinctive buildings, and some uncharacteristic streets. Although gorgeous parks are far from unheard of across all five boroughs, Washington Square Park — with its famous fountain and marble arch — does stand in a class by itself. This iconic destination functions as a popular meeting place and area for cultural activities, making it the centerpiece around which the rest of the neighborhood is set. There’s simply an energy to the park that radiates and shines throughout Greenwich Village. The area’s oldest remaining house is the c.1799 Isaacs-Hendricks House, which has received some alterations and expansions over time. However, it’s the series of c.1830s Greek Revival row houses north of Washington Square — boasting stoops and brick facades — that set the Village’s style in brownstone.

Greenwich Village Neighborhood Guide