A landmarked Greek Revival townhouse with pre-approved architectural plans from Suk Design Group and Carlyle Designs, 73 West Washington Place is a rare opportunity to create a one-of-a-kind dream home in the heart of the Village.
Currently configured with 5 stories, this 22’ wide landmarked townhome features a private garden, and rooftop with stunning sweeping views which include the Empire State Building and Freedom Tower. Charming original features include a handsome stoop, high ceilings with intricate moldings, and touches of exposed brick.
The home is ready to be transformed into an approximately 8,643 square foot mansion, complete with 6 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, a double-height living room, massive eat-in chef’s kitchen, dining room, a home gym, movie theater, laundry room, private penthouse and den. An additional approximately 1,655 square feet of exterior space would be afforded throughout the rear garden, roof deck, and private terraces. An elevator would serve all 7 levels, from the fully-finished basement to the rooftop oasis.
73 West Washington Place was built in 1847 in Greek Revival style. Beginning in 1915, the home was owned by The Progressive Era Association, an Italian restaurant and social club.
73 West Washington Place is nestled on a picturesque, tree-lined Village block. It is surrounded by trendy restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, and is just a half block from Washington Square Park. Nearby subway lines include the 1/A/C/E/B/D/F/M.