166 Perry Street condominium is a very distinctive 8-story, 27-residence building built by Richard Born & Charles Blaichman and interiors designed by renowned Asymptote Architects. Located in coveted part of the West Village of Manhattan on a cobblestone street, the building’s exterior and interior architecture featuring faceted, all-glass façade and cutting edge look and design with modern minimalist flare have most people saying WOW!
Overlooking the Hudson River and New York City Skyline and with the building’s exterior deliberately designed with angled glass panels forming surfaces on the building’s façade that pick up and enhance the visual effects of the changing day and sunlight creating a living piece of art.
Each unit contains large windows and 12-foot ceilings custom fixtures, bathrooms and materials designed with elegance and refinement in mind while maintaining a distinctive feel and look. Penthouses also have private terraces.
Amenities at 166 Perry Street include 24 hour doorman and concierge services, with an extraordinary lobby, a fitness center, and additional storage facilities.
Written by John Diamantopoulos