Welcome to the Archive at 666 Greenwich Street, one of the West Village's rental gems. This landmark building was designed by architect Willoughby J. Edbrooke in the Romanesque style and was built between 1892 and 1899. The property was formerly the U.S. Appraisers Warehouse in NYC and then became known as the Federal Office Building when it served as one of 11 branches of the National Archives until being converted to some of the finest West Village luxury apartments by Rockrose in 1988, hence the Archive monicker bestowed upon it by the developer.
The residences at The Archive are amongst the most unique in the neighborhood thanks to their impressive double height ceilings and loft layouts. The building is sure to have a layout for everyone with over 200 different floor-plans available, virtually all of which are duplexes with sleeping lofts and 2+ baths. Apartments feature high-end finishes and fixtures that include dramatic arched windows, contemporary kitchens with stainless steel appliances, generous closet space, and marble bathrooms with rainfall showers.
The building offers a variety of amenities including a fitness center equipped with cardio and strength training equipment, landscaped interior courtyard and atrium, and a roof deck which offers stunning views of the New York City skyline. The property is pet-friendly, so your furry friends will be welcomed, and also has an on-site parking garage and Brooklyn Fare grocery store.
Best of all is the building's location in the heart of the West Village, close to the neighborhood's excellent shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. The building is also only steps from the Christopher Street Path and subway stations making commuting on the west side of Manhattan a breeze. Read more
666 Greenwich Street Amenities