Claremont Square is a 6-floor post-war low-rise at Claremont Square on 8 Union Square South near the east end of Greenwich Village. The apartment building has only full-floor units, each with its own glass balcony, ensuring grand and spacious layouts that residents can delight in.
The odd-numbered floors of the building are polished stone on the exterior, while even-numbered floors are split-stone—providing an illusion that is carved stone unveiling underlying layers. Every unit has a washer and dryer, eliminating any inconvenience on a busy laundry day. Many apartments have fireplaces that offer a cozy ambience for residents to settle down into after a long work day and commuting in the hustle and bustle of the city.
Amenities include private storage spaces, a video intercom, an elevator, central air conditioning systems, and a doorman. Residents are offered membership at Quintessentially, one of the most well-reputed concierge services in the nation, if not the world. A resident-only gym is situated behind the mezzanine lobby. Considering Claremont Square is not even two blocks away from the N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6, and L subway lines, residents can easily access other vibrant parts of Manhattan when they're not exploring the restaurants, the Union Square Farmers' Market, shopping centers, and sights of Union Square.