100 Barrow: 100 Barrow Street

Situated in the West Village, 100 Barrow is a 12-storey building featuring 2 to 4 bedroom residences priced from $2.98MM and stands as a graceful addition to the historic surroundings of St. Luke in the Fields. Developed by Toll Brothers City Living and designed by Barry Rice Architects, the residential building is exquisitely detailed with brickwork and deep-set windows edged with handsome bronze lintels and sills. The residences draw inspiration from classic Renaissance precedents as well as traditional West Village homes. Designed by Bernheimer Architecture, the residences feature floor-to-ceiling windows, wide-plank white oak flooring, airy and open floor plans, oil-rubbed satin bronze entry doors and fittings and fixtures by Watermark Design plumbing. Amenities include a lounge, pantry and entertaining kitchen, wine cellar and tasting room, fitness center, sauna and steam room, kids' playroom, bike room, and pet spa.     CITY REALTY ARTICLE     This attractive, 12-story apartment building at 100 Barrow Street replaces a parking lot on the southeast corner of the full block bounded by Barrow, Greenwich, Christopher and Hudson Streets owned by St. Luke’s-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in the West Village.    It was due for completion in 2017 by Toll Brothers.    Barry Rice is the architect of the residential building and Andrew Bartle Architects replaced Mr. Rice as the architect of the school expansion.  Mr. Rice originally planned a 15-story residential building with 49 units but the Landmarks Preservation Commission wanted it lowered.    It will have 29 co-operative apartments, including 7 “affordable” units and four townhouse rental units.    Interiors are by Bernheimer Architecture.    Proceeds from the development will help fund the church’s own construction that will include an expansion of its private school from 230 to 320 seats and the construction of a new mission where L.G.B.T.Q. homeless youth can receive meals and shelter and as a drop-in shelter where people can get a change of clothes and take showers.     CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!    

Situated in the West Village, 100 Barrow is a 12-storey building featuring 2 to 4 bedroom residences priced from $2.98MM and stands as a graceful addition to the historic surroundings of St. Luke in the Fields. Developed by Toll Brothers City Living and designed by Barry Rice Architects, the residential building is exquisitely detailed with brickwork and deep-set windows edged with handsome bronze lintels and sills. The residences draw inspiration from classic Renaissance precedents as well as traditional West Village homes. Designed by Bernheimer Architecture, the residences feature floor-to-ceiling windows, wide-plank white oak flooring, airy and open floor plans, oil-rubbed satin bronze entry doors and fittings and fixtures by Watermark Design plumbing. Amenities include a lounge, pantry and entertaining kitchen, wine cellar and tasting room, fitness center, sauna and steam room, kids' playroom, bike room, and pet spa.

CITY REALTY ARTICLE

This attractive, 12-story apartment building at 100 Barrow Street replaces a parking lot on the southeast corner of the full block bounded by Barrow, Greenwich, Christopher and Hudson Streets owned by St. Luke’s-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in the West Village.

It was due for completion in 2017 by Toll Brothers.

Barry Rice is the architect of the residential building and Andrew Bartle Architects replaced Mr. Rice as the architect of the school expansion.  Mr. Rice originally planned a 15-story residential building with 49 units but the Landmarks Preservation Commission wanted it lowered.

It will have 29 co-operative apartments, including 7 “affordable” units and four townhouse rental units.

Interiors are by Bernheimer Architecture.

Proceeds from the development will help fund the church’s own construction that will include an expansion of its private school from 230 to 320 seats and the construction of a new mission where L.G.B.T.Q. homeless youth can receive meals and shelter and as a drop-in shelter where people can get a change of clothes and take showers. 

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!

 

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