176 Perry Street condominium is one of two residential towers located in West Greenwich Village Manhattan, designed by renowned architect Richard Meier. The 16-story tower stands at the South corner of Perry and West Street overlooking the Hudson River, and New York City skyline.
Highly sought after residences for their transparent minimal form, 3,785-square-foot residence are beyond words describing how striking and stunning they are.
The design and buildings location was carefully planned and thought-out to take into full account and use of one of the biggest assets this location and building has to offer, which is unobstructed open water views in addition to the New York City skyline. Sundrenched with extraordinary views of the city, river and sunsets are mere words to what you will actually experience and feel at 176 Perry Street. The design of each floor apartment was to take full advantage with floor-to-ceiling windows to create a panoramic sundrenched view from the entire apartment. Grand spaces, ultra clean lines, minimal, open lofts give you the sense of being suspended in the air and over the Hudson River.
Each apartment is further complimented with polished hardwood floors, high ceilings, open chef island kitchens that are fully equipped with state-of-the-art Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, bathrooms have luxurious glass showers, powder room with marble accents and the apartments come with outdoor terrace.
The style and elegance of the entire buildings is without compromise and the fitness center, 50-foot pool, screening room, and wine cellar are on par to some of Manhattan’s finest hotels. Further amenities are a 24-hour doorman and concierge service on staff for the resident’s support and convenience.
If you are looking for uncompromised refinement and views, 176 Perry Street condominium is must see.
Written by John Diamantopoulos.