Bleecker Gardens is a five story walk-up building in the heart of Manhattan’s vibrant West Village. Originally constructed in the early 20th century, the building contains 8 apartments; 4 two bedroom and 4 studio units; and two commercial tenants totaling over 25,000 square feet. Bleecker Gardens was acquired by Margules Properties in 1997.
The building has a prime location in the thriving West Village; perhaps the preeminent residential neighborhood in Manhattan. The West Village, part of greater Greenwich Village, maintains a rich history which has particular significance in bohemian culture.
Today, the neighborhood is the preferred home of various celebrities and offers a unique and luxurious mixture of dining, retail and cultural activities. Bleecker Gardens, home to the now famous Magnolia Bakery, enjoys a particularly important location in the West Village a stone’s throw away from the newly renovated Hudson River Park and the High Line. Bleecker Gardens is also a short walk from two noteworthy new residential projects: Richard Meier’s Perry Street Towers and Julian Schnabel’s Palazzo Chupi.