The Cezanne at 61 Jane Street is a 19-story postwar cooperative with 24-hour doorman service, located on a charming tree-lined cobblestone street in the West Village historic district. Containing 261 units, including studios, one- and two-bedrooms, the building was constructed in 1963 and converted to a cooperative in 1987. The building is beautifully maintained, and the lobby, halls and elevators have been tastefully renovated.
Surrounded by mostly low-rise buildings, the apartments have excellent light and open views, with most higher-floor apartments boasting broad river and city views. Some apartments have expansive setback terraces. Rooms are spacious and most apartments have abundant closets and large windows.
Monthly maintenance charges are lower than in most comparable buildings in the area. The co-op is pet-friendly, and 80% financing is permitted. There is a beautiful roof deck with panoramic views of the Hudson River and the city. Amenities include laundry facilities, a bike room, storage and a parking garage in the building. Subways and buses, the Meatpacking district, Highline park, and Hudson River promenade are just steps away, and the surrounding neighborhood is a charming historic district filled with great restaurants, shopping, health clubs and other services.
Building Amenities: Doorman, Roof Deck, Live-in Superintendent, Laundry, Bike Room, Storage, Garage, Pets Permitted
Description provided by: Robert Rems