10 Sheridan Square, aka Shenandoah Apartments, is distinctive West Village architecture. The two-story base blends stone and brick, and the wedge-shaped building rises 14 stories above a predominantly low-rise district.
The Emery Roth-designed structure remains a rental building of primarily studio and one-bedroom apartments.
Emery Roth designed four other residences in Greenwich Village: 1 University Place, 28 E 10th Street (Devonshire House), 59 W 12th Street, and 299 W 12th Street.
10 Sheridan Square Vital Statistics
- Location: 10 Sheridan Square / 80 Grove Street at corner of Grove Street and W 4th Street
- Year completed: 1929
- Architect: Emery Roth
- Floors: 14
- Style: neo-Romanesque
- New York City Landmark: 1969 (Greenwich Village Historic District)
10 Sheridan Square Recommended Reading
- Wikipedia entry (Emery Roth)
- NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission designation report
- City Realty review
- Street Easy NY listing (includes floor plans)
- Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation blog