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666 Greenwich Street

666 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10014
(212) 691-9800
Website
Retail, Residential, Leasing/Rental, Multifamily

666 Greenwich Street, or the Archive, is a 10-story Romanesque Revival-style building covering an entire blockfront of the West Village. It was designed by architect Willoughby James Edbrooke and built in 1899. The building served as the Federal Archive Building for many decades until Rockrose Development acquired it for conversion into luxury rental apartments in 1988, making it the city's largest residential conversion. The faade underwent further renovations by Howard E. Zimmerman Architects in 1998. The building contains 479 rental units in 553,000 square feet with significant amounts of ground floor retail space.

One-bedroom units typically rent for around $6,700 a month, with studios just under $6,000 on average. Ground floor retail tenants include DAgostino (14,000 sq. ft.), Crunch (13,000 sq. ft.), and Archive Tailoring (1,000 sq. ft.).

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  • residential units 479
  • total units 479
  • square feet 553,000
  • block and lot 1-00604-0033
  • BIN 1010421
  • Event Retail Leasing
  • Address 152 Christopher Street
  • Neighborhood West Village
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 12,450
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The indoor cycling studio inked a lease in the West Village.
  • Event Retail Leasing
  • Address 666 Greenwich Street
  • Neighborhood West Village
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 14,000
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The grocery store signed a lease.
  • Event Retail leasing
  • Address 666 Greenwich Street
  • Neighborhood West Village
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 12,000
  • Publication Date 06/01/2015
  • Event Date 04/22/2015
  • Party 1 Rockrose Development
  • Party 2 Brooklyn Fare

02/02/2016
Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village was responsible for over half that haul, with an NOI of over $220 million (aside: that’s well below the at least $375 million former owner MetLife once told prospective buyers the property would be making by now). The 11,200-unit complex, which holds more than 5,000 rent-stabilized units, saw an NOI per unit of just shy of $20,000. That’s well below the figure seen at market-rate projects such as Rockrose Development’s 666 Greenwich Street, which led the pack with a per-unit NOI of over $57,000...