14 East 4th Street

Condo, Prewar
56 units
  • 56 RESIDENCES
  • 12 STORIES
  • BUILT 1912

The Details

About 14 East 4th Street

Built in 1908 and converted into residential and commercial condominiums in 1987, The Silk Building stands tall at the crossroads of Soho, Union Square, Greenwich Village, the East Village, and the Flatiron District. The current and former home of many cultural legends and taste makers, it boasts a stunning lobby, 24 hour concierge, interesting layouts, and a common roof deck with views for mi...

key features
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Guarantors allowed
  • High-speed internet
  • Multi-floor laundry

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Get to know Greenwich Village

NYC’s village neighborhoods, collectively, stretch across Manhattan from Houston Street on the south to 14th Street on the north. The borders of central Greenwich Village are roughly Third and Sixth avenues (larger Greenwich Village includes the West Village, but the West Village has its own neighborhood vibe and is described separately). Greenwich Village is a neighborhood that transitioned from farmland to the home of the city’s wealthy class in the 19th century and later became a bohemian enclave. Today, a mix of residents are drawn by its lively energy and commercial activity around Union Square and on Broadway and Sixth Avenue. New York University, housed in a number of buildings around Washington Square, shapes the young and academic character of the area. Washington Square, the heart of the neighborhood, is one of New York’s iconic destinations. Visit on a warm spring day, with street musicians performing and political activists gathering under the arch dedicated to George Washington, and it becomes clear that much of Greenwich Village’s traditional character remains.

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