Located in historic Greenwich Village, The Shenandoah is a pre-war building originally designed by noted architect Emery Roth. Situated at 10 Sheridan Square, The Shenandoah's 14 floors contain 74 luxury rental apartments. The apartments all include high ceilings and large windows that highlight the building's classic interiors. In addition, each apartment includes bathroom's with oversized mirrors and each kitchen comes fully equipped with stainless steel appliances. The building has a unique history that mirrors the eclecticism of its Greenwich Village location. The building was once home to the famous "Pirate's Den" bar and is located just steps from the site of Cafe Society, a jazz club that hosted the likes of Miles Davis and Count Basie. The historic elements of the building add to current hustle and bustle that defines modern Greenwich Village.