We love this former Church on the Southwest corner of Washington Square Park in NYC’s West Village. Novare (135 West 4th Street) was originally built in 1860 as a Methodist church and in 2006, it was transformed into a gorgeous, unique residential building. From www.manhattanscout.com:
The former church now houses an awe-inspiring fifty-foot glass atrium and eight private residences with distinctly modern interiors, while the heavy stone facade, exquisite detailing and stained glass windows remain. It is distinguished by its dual identity; the stone façade gives way to an almost ethereal world of light, space, comfort, and silence within.
The interior is bright and expansive:
Here are a couple pictures of the Church from 1895 and 1932:
Want to learn more? Daytonian in Manhattan has a great blogpost on the history of the building! Click here to read.
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