31 West 11th Street, occasionally referred to as 31W11, is a pre-war condominium conversion in the Greenwich Village Historical District. 31W11 was carefully and meticulously restored when it was converted into condominiums. West 11th Street is known to be one of the most elegant streets in Greenwich Village because of its wealth of brownstones and the peacefulness of the tree lined street, so 31 West 11th's location is hard to beat.
While the exterior of 31 West 11th Street recalls the building's pre-war charm, the interiors have brought the building into the 21st century. Rosewood flooring lines each condominium from wall to wall. Throughout the kitchen there is walnut cabinetry and marble. Marble also lines countertops, backsplash, and kitchen island. Appliances from the top companies that you would expect in a luxury condominium like 31 West 11th Street abound, such as Viking, Miele,and Sub-Zero. Crystallized floor-to-ceiling tiles, a radiant heated floor and a large soaking tub make the bathrooms at 31 West 11th Street feel like a spa.
Design firm Period did an outstanding job restoring 31 West 11th Street to its original 1901 glory. In this incarnation of the building, they also included a cyber-doorman. 31W11 also has a large storage room as well as a bicycle room. Residents can take some time out of their busy day and go and relax in the building's landscaped courtyard. The major transportation hub of Union Square is only a few blocks away from 31 West 11th Street. Modern luxury apartments in a pre-war building in Greenwich Village are close to as good as it gets in Manhattan real estate.