There’s plenty of room for Tony Awards in producer William Berlind’s new GV spread

Celebrating several big Broadway successes, power-house producer William Berlind has picked up a theatrical new home in Greenwich Village.

The producer behind shows like “Arthur Miller’s The Crucible” (staring Sophie Okonedo), and “Blackbird” (staring Jeff Daniels) paid $5 million for a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom co-op at Butterfield House, according to public records. Matthew Blank is the seller.

Four of Berlind’s shows are currently nominated for Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Revival of a Play. His nominated productions include “Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed,” “Arthur Miller’s The Crucible,” “Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge” and “Blackbird.”

William’s father, Roger Berlind, is the legendary producer behind dozens of hit shows including “War Horse,” “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” “Amadeus” and “Book of Mormon.”

His new apartment, located at 37 West 12th Street, is perfect for Broadway parties, with room for a 12-person table and surround sound wired throughout the apartment.

Originally designed by Mayer, Whittlesey & Glass in 1962, today Butterfield House includes amenities such as a doorman, fitness room, a private courtyard and an on-site garage.

Kane Manera of Douglas Elliman had the listing.