Searching for luxurious amenities and a modern appeal towers to move into? The 22-story tower in Greenwich Village is your final destination. The tower has been designed by the A-List architect Annabelle Selldorf and has just 52 residences. Yeah, you really have to work hard to get in the privileged list so you could enjoy the prestigious style. There is a large outdoor entertaining terrace and a custom-designed light sculpture by Apparatus Studio which illuminates the lobby. It really feels like a private and elegant haven from the urban hustle and bustle outside.
Today we are about to take a tour around one of the luxe condominiums, the Residence 9C. It comes to the market and it can be yours for ‘not that expensive‘ price of 5.25 millions of dollars.
And here is the full arrangement of the generous 2.028 square feet of living space with two bedrooms, two and a half baths, fully equipped wet bar for those party nights with your friends, and exposures through casement windows.
Tour starts in 3, 2, 1.. Let’s go!
Views of the surrounding cityscape through the casement windows, the white oak flooring, and the wet bar tucked in the corner give the expansive look that the living room searches for.
Here you can see the kitchen features of white-oak cabinetry, stone countertops, and Waterworks fixtures.
This is the peaceful retreat of the home with a ample space, en suite master bath and a walk-in closet.
The Bardiglio Lucca marble walls are impossible to be avoided and the heated floors with the Murano-glass mosaic inlay are stunning! The master bath is ‘master’ in the true meaning of the word.
So the visitor’s privacy is ensured the sizable guest bedroom has also an en suite bathroom and a large closet. It’s cool to us too be visitors in this home sometimes, you know?
We totally can feel the luxe feel to this guest bath with the mosaic tiles and with the marble countertops and floors.
This is the room that makes a dramatic statement with the dark-veined marble juxtaposed against the geometric light-gray wall covering.