Built in 1962, this full-service co-op residence located in Greenwich Village has seven stories on 12th street and 13 stories on 13th Street. It is one of the city's most distinguished post-war apartments. Architects William J. Conklin and James S. Rossant of the architectural firm of Mayer, Whittlesey and Glass, received an award from the Municipal Art Society of New York for the way they incorporated Butterfield House, with its deep bay windows, magnificent lobby and elegant glazed central courtyard, into the surrounding neighborhood's historic brownstones. Amenities include a full-time doorman, a full-service garage, laundry facilities, a fitness room, central air, storage and live-in management. The building's prime Greenwich Village location just off Fifth Avenue is also close to the Flatiron and Chelsea neighborhoods and convenient to public transportation.