THE BEST OF THE BEST
The Manhattan Skyline is yours from sunrise to sunset from the most sought-after vantage point in the Printing House, Condominium No. 704. Its unique floorplan offers soaring 15-foot ceilings, 11-foot windows and captivating views over historic Greenwich Village to NYC's most p...
THE BEST OF THE BEST
The Manhattan Skyline is yours from sunrise to sunset from the most sought-after vantage point in the Printing House, Condominium No. 704. Its unique floorplan offers soaring 15-foot ceilings, 11-foot windows and captivating views over historic Greenwich Village to NYC's most prominent landmark, the Empire State Building. This beautifully designed, contemporary masterpiece is fully equipped with smart home technology and top-of-the-line everything. Simply put, own the best of the best.
The drama begins with the entry foyer's double height ceiling and cascading chandelier. The foyer leads to an intimate dining area, open kitchen, and spectacular living space. The sleek high-end chef's kitchen features the Timeline collection by Workshop/APD for Aster Cucine and includes a Wolf oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Waterworks glazed tiled backsplash. Adjacent to the kitchen is a custom bar with a wine cooler. With one swipe, the Creston smart home system controls all lighting, motorized shades, televisions, Meredian speakers and HVAC. This automated lifestyle was designed by award winning vendor, Digital Entertainment Systems. All can be controlled through your smart phone from anywhere in the world. Set the mood with lighting, enjoy the music, and entertain 21st century style in this one-of-a-kind residence.
The sumptuous primary suite features breathtaking views over J.J. Walker Park and historic Leroy Street. It includes a large dressing area, fashionista custom closet, limestone spa bath with soaking tub, glass enclosed shower, double sinks and Thassos mosaic hones wall tiles. The first level also includes a washer/dryer and powder room
An architecturally significant blackened patina steel and glass staircase leads to the upper level which features a second bedroom with oversized closet, children's room or study, storage area or play space and a full bath with Ann Sacks Calacatta marble. Custom glass windows, sliding wood panels and motorized shades were designed for complete privacy. Furnishings available for purchase upon request.
The Printing House circa 1920 was built as an industrial building. Newly reimagined as 60 luxury condominiums with renovated hallways and lobby. Features include: full time doorman, concierge services, landscaped mews, valet service and opportunity to join by special membership to Equinox's Printing House Flagship Club with rooftop pool, sundeck, kid's club, spa, yoga, Pilates and cycling studios.
Every detail was considered, and every design element curated in the creation of this best of the best in The Printing House.