A 165-year-old West Village townhouse is on the market asking $6.95 million. The Federal-style townhouse was original built in 1853 and is located in the Greenwich Village Historic District. 334 West 12th Street rises 5-stories and is 20' wide, spanning 3,400 SF complete with 5 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and 1 half-bath.Read More
The West Village's Greenwich Lane mega-development is now complete after replacing the St. Vincent's Hospital with 5 residential buildings and 5 townhouses. Developed by Global Holdings and The Rudin family, the 97% sold Greenwich Lane features 200 residential units and 5 townhousesRead More
An extremely luxurious 200-year-old townhouse on West 10th Street in the West Village has hit the market for $11.25 million. The exquisitely designed home was once owned by interior designer Steven Gambrel and rented by Courtney Love. The residence is 4-stories, 3,000 SF and features 3 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.Read More
At 4,600 SF, this West Village townhouse provides the best of all worlds, letting you disconnect from the hustle and bustle of New York City and escape into your own private oasis. 317 West 11th Street was recently completely renovated in a redesign headed-up by by Peter Pelsinski of Span-Architecture.Read More
A luxurious townhouse located at 385 West 12th St. in the West Village is on the market asking $11,495,000. The meticulously designed unit is spread over 4,337 SF with an additional 575 SF outdoor garden, and features 4 bedrooms with 3.5 bathrooms.Read More
New renderings for 540 Hudson Street in the West Village have been released. The building design is by Morris Adjmi Architects and has been submitted for approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission. 540 Hudson Street is being developed by William Gottlieb Real Estate. The building will feature 5,600 SF of retail on the ground floor along with 552 SF of community space. The total development will feature 26 units with a 7th floor penthouse. The developers have not set any expectations for final completion.
50 Hudson Street is inching closer to approval for the addition of a glass, two-story residential addition to the rooftop. The proposal must get final approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission but was reportedly well received by local residents who embrace the proposed modern infusion while preserving the neighborhoods historic charm. The two story, 8706 SF addition is designed by Theirry Despont and will be constructed from glass brick. The new structure will feature 3 residential units, a rooftop terrace and a penthouse atrium. 50 Hudson Street, located at 540-544 Hudson Street, was originally built in 1925 and renovated in 2007. The building features 11,000 SF of usable space including ground floor retail and 2 floors of office space. No date for resubmission of plans for review have been announced.
150 Charles St, 4CS in West Village has listed for $11.75 million. The unit is a 3 bedroom 3.5 bathroom duplex laid out over 2,670 SF with a large outdoor terrace adding an additional 1,238 SF. The unit features a library, 2 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, master suite with a marble master-bathroom and a beautifully landscaped outdoor terrace with views of the Hudson River. Amenities at 150 Charles include a private covered driveway with parking, hotel concierge service, professional spa with 75-foot pool, 3000 sq. ft. fitness center, yoga studio, whirlpool, plunge pool, steam room, dry sauna, massage rooms, juice bar, event room with kitchen and a children's play room. 150 Charles St, 4CS is listed for $11.75 million with Madeline Hult Elghanayan, Raphael De Niro, and Darren Sukenik of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
The second most expensive unit at 160 Leroy has gone under contract. Penthouse South is 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms spread over 4,849 SF which was originally asking $31.5 million. The unit also features 2,600 SF of outdoor space complete with a summer kitchen and 12 foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling glass. The 5 bedroom Penthouse North is still listed for $48.5 million. 160 Leroy Street rises 185 feet and will feature 57 residential condominium units, covering 184,934 SF. The units range from 1 to 6 bedrooms including a 6-bedroom penthouse that covers the entire 12th floor and features 12,000 SF of interior space and 7,500 SF of outdoor space. The ground floor has an 830 SF retail unit. Amenities include a private courtyard and garden by landscape designer Madison Cox, full-time concierge, 24-hour doorman and porter, onsite resident manager, 70' pool and whirlpool spa with floor-to-ceiling glass, state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga studio, steam room and sauna, private massage rooms, recreation lounge and parking spaces availible for purchase. 160 Leroy Street is being developed by Ian Schrager Company and was designed by Herzog & de Meuron with Madison Cox Associates as the landscape architect. Completion is estimated by end of year 2017.
160 Leroy Street in the West Village is nearing completion as installation of the glass façade has reached the top, 12th floor. 160 Leroy Street rises 185 feet and will feature 57 residential condominium units, covering 184,934 SF. The units range from 1 to 6 bedrooms including a 6-bedroom penthouse that covers the entire 12th floor and features 12,000 SF of interior space and 7,500 SF of outdoor space. The ground floor has an 830 SF retail unit. 160 Leroy Street is being developed by Ian Schrager Company and was designed by Herzog & de Meuron with Madison Cox Associates as the landscape architect. Completion is estimated by end of year 2017.
A new listing has hit the market at Ian Schrager's 160 Leroy Street in the West Village. The 7,750 SF penthouse is spread over 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms and is listed for $48.5 million, making it currently the most expensive listing in the West Village. The unit also includes a private outdoor pool and 4 wood-burning fireplaces. It is listed with Madeline Hult Elghanayan, Lauren Muss, Kirk Rundhaug and Dennis Mangone of Douglas Elliman. 160 Leroy is reportedly 50% sold and another penthouse unit is expected to ask between $75 and $80 million. The waterfront building was designed by Pritzker Prize winning architects Herzog & de Meuron, inspired by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer's philosophy:
"I am not attracted to straight angles or to the straight line, hard and inflexible, created by man. I am attracted to free-flowing, sensual curves. The curves that I find in the mountains of my country, in the sinuousness of its rivers, in the waves of the ocean, and on the body of the beloved woman. Curves make up the entire Universe." - Oscar Niemeyer
160 Leroy will feature 57 condo units that were designed for modern lifestyles with open floor-plans with family life in mind. Units will feature panoramic views of the Hudson River, Freedom Tower and George Washington Bridge with tons of wall space for art collectors to display their collections. Residences will also feature private elevators, 11-foot to 13-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass to maximize light.
"The only thing that mattered to me was to turn a residential apartment into a real home. I sought to capture the details of life in the details of the architecture," says Schrager.
Amenities include a private courtyard and garden by landscape designer Madison Cox, full-time concierge, 24-hour doorman and porter, onsite resident manager, 70' pool and whirlpool spa with floor-to-ceiling glass, state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga studio, steam room and sauna, private massage rooms, recreation lounge and parking spaces availible for purchase.