In Greenwich Village, star designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent—and their daughter, Poppy—settle in to family life in spirited style
For a certain segment of New York society, having a Fifth Avenue address means one thing: upper Fifth Avenue—that gilded corridor lined with gracious limestone edifices overlooking Central Park. But there is another patch of Fifth that has an equal yet quite different cachet. It’s the beautiful stretch just above Washington Square Park, where the avenue begins and the surrounding prewar buildings are prized by those who seek elegance but also cherish the vitality, diversity, and cultural heritage of Greenwich Village. When interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent set out to find a new home, lower Fifth was at the top of their list.