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165 Charles Street is an architectural marvel of New York City. Completed in 2005 and designed by Richard Meier, this 16-story building’s sleek and luminous presence of glass and white metal along the Hudson River is a perfect blend of art and architecture. The building contains 31 luxury residences that are the embodiment of quality and attention to detail.
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.
One Jackson Square is a ravishing architectural landmark that exudes the vitality of its coveted Greenwich Village location. Comprised of 30 sophisticated condominium residences, this beauty sits in an internationally, respected development. There are sensational one-, two- and three-bedroom units that offer panoramic views of Jackson Square Park and many other magnificent city vistas.
Built in 2009, Superior Ink is a full-service, luxury condominium development in New York City's West Village. It consists of a 17-story tower facing the Hudson River and seven townhouses on Bethune Street. It is home to 52 apartments, which vary in size from a 943 square foot open loft to a 6,321 square foot penthouse - with six apartments having private outdoor space. Legendary architect Robert A.M. Stern designed the building, and it is also completely green / LEED certified.
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.
173 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 north corner of Perry and West Street overlooking the Hudson River. Highly sought after residences for their transparent minimal form, it is 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 173 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. 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.
345meatpacking condominium located at 345 West 14th Street is in what is also called the Meatpacking District, a coveted part of the West Village of Manhattan. Built 11 stories and consisting of 37 condominium apartments much of this building is original and unique. The buildings hand-laid imported brick façade, bronze windows from Italy, and finely-crafted details will surely impress.Certain select residences will further feature private expansive terraces with sweeping views of downtown Manhattan’s skyline and the Hudson River spanning the full residence width, and include vintage solid brass light fixtures integrated white cedar planters and non-freeze hose bib for convenient maintenance of your private garden. A diverse selection of one, two and three bedroom residences makes this West Village condominium building a great potential home and investment for many.
299 West 12th Street is one of the West Village’s premier pre-war condominiums. Built in 1931, the building was designed by the prolific architect Emery Roth. This 16-story building has its own character and charm, perfect for the neighborhood. The building was converted into residential living in 1986 and is now is home to 187 apartments. While the building mainly features studios and one-bedrooms, over the years combinations have created some two-bedroom and larger apartments. Being a pre-war condominium, prices for units in this building are well above the average for other one-bedrooms in the area, due to the restrictions on new construction in the West Village.
Morton Square Condominium located at One Morton Square is in a coveted part of the West Village of Manhattan, on a cobblestone street reminiscent of a time gone by. One Morton Square is one of the West Village’s premier full-service, luxury residential buildings. Amenities at this full service condominium are 24-hour concierge and doorman, a state-of-the-art health and fitness center, a children’s play room, a parking valet and on-site parking garage. The building’s exterior architecture with white stone contrasting with the cobblestone street is beautiful as it is elegant. Across from the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway, enjoy leisurely strolls, jogs or recreation along the river and be just steps away to the many very pleasant tree lined cobblestone streets, brownstones, boutiques and restaurants in the area.
155 Perry Street condominium is a elegant 1920’s pre-war building converted to a condominium in 1984. This 8-story, 32-residence building was formally a newspaper factory whose building’s exterior and interior architecture is beautiful as it is elegant.Located in a coveted part of the West Village of Manhattan’s cobblestone streets between Washington and West Street, it’s conveniently in the heart of the West Village. Enjoy leisurely strolls to the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway just steps away or to the many very pleasant tree lined cobblestone streets, brownstones, boutiques and restaurants in the area.
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