One of the first projects to expand luxury residences east from Greenwich Village towards Union Square, the 1977 co-op conversion of this 1925 industrial loft building resulted in the creation of 11 different spacious apartment layouts on each floor. Apartments also feature loft details like 13.5-ft ceilings, 10-ft.-high windows, open kitchens and built-in sleeping lofts. Union Square is one of Manhattan's most interesting and attractive urban parks???one of the city's best farmer's markets is located here???and anchors a neighborhood filled with popular restaurants, nightlife and shopping. Amenities at the 13-floor co-op include a garden and roof deck, full-time doorman, laundry facilities and storage.