The look and feel of contemporary Union Square began to take shape in the 1960's with the arrival of Andy Warhol and his Factory, at 33 Union Square West. Other artists soon followed and the area began its renaissance. Today, Union Square is where Manhattan glamour meets history and the arts with the galleries of Chelsea, avant-garde Greenwich Village, the cutting-edge style of SoHo, the refreshing greenery of Gramercy Park, and the historic Flatiron District. Home to the prestigious Union Square Greenmarket, a haven for locally grown produce and fresh foods. The Union Square neighborhood, with its parks, shops, prestigious schools and universities, restaurants, and playgrounds is the epicenter of downtown living and within minutes of almost anywhere in Manhattan.
The complete offering term are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor File No. CD07-0112. Sponsor: BCRE 15 Union Square West, LLC. 885 Third Ave, NY NY 10016. The artist representations and interior decorations, finishes and furnishings are provided for illustrative purposes only. Sponsors makes no representations or warranty except as may be set forth in the offering plan.
All floor plan square footages and dimensions are approximate and subject to normal construction variances and tolerances. Floor plans and dimensions may contain variances from floor to floor. Square footages exceed the usable floor area.