35 East 10th Street
35 East 10th Street, New York City, NY
|35 East 10th Street|
Exterior view of 35 East 10th Street
|Management Company||35 E 10th St. Corp|
|Number of Units||61|
|Number of Floors||9|
|Type of Roof||IRMA|
|35 East 10th Street, New York City, NY|
|Distance to Public Transit||Less than one block|
|Region||New York City|
|Municipality||New York City|
|Title of Land||Cooperative|
In 1939, demolition of the previous structure at 35 East 10th Street began and in 1940 a new 9 storey building was built of red brick with a concrete facade. The buildings original purpose was for offices and it served this function for nearly 35 years.
In 1976 the building was renovated into rental apartments, until it was incorporated into a cooperative in 1984. It has operated as such ever since. 
Located in Greenwich Village, between University Place and Broadway, 35 East 10th Street is in one of New York City's most desired areas. Greenwich Village is best known for being the heart of Bohemian movement in the United States, starting in the 1920s. Later it became the birthplace of the Beat Movement of the 1950s. Even today, the neighborhood is a gathering place for the eccentric and artistic minded.
35 East 10th Street is surrounded by world-class cafes, restaurants and pubs. Mexican, Italian and Asian cuisine are all less then 500 feet from the front door. There are a host of locally owned and operated grocery stores just as close and the Union Square Greenmarket, which offer the best in local produce year round, is just 4 blocks away. Union Square Park also makes for a excellent, nearby green space filled with many notable statues. The area is also home to many art galleries and studios, as well as libraries and museums. For shopping, there is the nearby NoHo, short for North of Houston Street, and further south there are the famous boutiques of SoHo, or South of Houston Street.
The area is also home to many excellent schools, both public and private, as well as post-secondary institutions such as New York University, The New School and Cooper Union.
35 East 10th Street receives a perfect 100 walk score, for easy access to all nearby amenities without the need for a car. It also scores a perfect 100 transit score for easy, walkable access to nearby transit routes, of which there are 37 bus and 20 rail.
In 1939 the previous structure at 35 East 10th Street was demolished and construction began on the building that still stands there today. The building is constructed of red brick and boasts a concrete facade, very common for structures in pre-World War II New York. Construction was completed in 1940 and the building was approved for occupancy in July of 1941.
The building was initially built to house offices and held that function for nearly 35 years. But in 1976 the building was re-purposed into an apartment building featuring rental suites. In 1984 the building was incorporated into a cooperative and has remained as such to this day.
Layout and Features
35 East 10th Street houses studios, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom suites ranging from 450 square feet too nearly 800 square feet. The building offers expansive 12 foot ceilings and hardwood flooring. While some units feature the original hardwood, many have upgraded to newer flooring. Given the buildings age, the units within feature a wide variety of different features and upgrades added over the years.
Many suites feature modern and up-to-date kitchens with stainless-steel appliances. The bathrooms are much the same, as some include beautiful and intricate tiling and others modern soaker tubs. While there are laundry facilities in the building, some units feature their own washer and dryer. Many of the upper floor suites feature terraces and balconies, some as large as 580 square feet. 
There are over 20 floor plans available for viewing, here is a small sample.
35 East 10th Street offers a live-in building manager, full laundry facilities, and a bike storage room. The building also has an elevator and has central heating and air-conditioning.
|35 East 10th Street Bylaws|
- 35 East 10th Street is a pet friendly building.
- The building allows for rentals and pied-a-terre.
- Barbecues are allowed on the upper floor terraces.
- There are no age restriction for the building.
Having been built in the 1940s, 35 East 10th Street offers little in the way of modern sustainability. The best thing the building has going for it in this regard is the fact that it is so centrally located. Most daily errands can be done without the need for a car and public transit is nearby and easily accessed.
Film and television stars, Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker once owned a townhouse at 20 East 10th Street. The couple has since moved to Brooklyn Heights after selling their townhouse for over $24 million.
16 East 10th Street was once home to the Pen & Brush Club, an international membership organization for women in the visual, literary and performing arts. The club had resided at the site for over 80 years and has now relocated to 29 East 22nd Street, New York. The building at 16 East 10th Street was built in 1848 and is the oldest building on the block.
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