The Brevoort

11 Fifth Avenue
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February 15, 2023

$2.15M Greenwich Village ‘junior four’ has an enclosed terrace for year-round sunshine

A renovated co-op along an iconic stretch of Fifth Avenue in Greenwich Village is available for $2,150,000. Located on the eighth floor of the co-op The Brevoort, this "junior four," a one-bedroom with an alcove area that can be converted into a second bedroom or other space, features a flexible floor plan, Washington Square Park views, and a cozy, sun-drenched enclosed terrace.
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December 1, 2022

$1.9M Greenwich Village co-op has a huge planted terrace and Washington Square Park views

Looking for a New York City one-bedroom with a flexible floor plan, private outdoor space, and a charming location? It will cost you $1,875,000. Located at 11 Fifth Avenue in the "Gold Coast" of Greenwich Village, this available co-op is decently sized at roughly 1,000 square feet. There's a home office that could easily become a second bedroom and a terrace that stretches the entire living area.
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June 1, 2018

Greenwich Village apartment where Buddy Holly recorded his final songs lists for $1.6M

Before his untimely death in 1959--the "day the music died"--Buddy Holly briefly lived at the then-brand-new Brevoort apartment building in Greenwich Village. His band the Crickets had moved to NYC in 1958 to be a part of the music scene, so Holly and new wife Maria Elena Santiago rented a corner two-bedroom apartment with a wrap-around terrace for just $1,000 a month. This unit, where he made his final recordings of "Crying," "Waiting, Hoping," and "Peggy Sue Got Married," has just hit the market for $1,595,000 (h/t Curbed).
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