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Delos Residences at 66 East 11th Street: Review and Ratings

Carter Horsley
Review of 66 East 11th Street by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of

This very handsome, 8-story, mid-block building at 66 East 11th Street between University Place and Broadway in Greenwich Village was erected in 1897 and has 5 condominium apartments.

The building was originally a dress factory and more recently a garage.

Delos, of which Paul D. Scalia, a former partner at Goldman Sachs, is a founder, was the developer. Its projects promote “Wellness Real Estate” that designs “amenities” that “research suggests will improve various aspects of individual occupant health including: cardiovascular, respiratory and sleep health, orthopedic health, weight and metabolism management, stress reduction, mood enhancement, cognition and memory enhancement, health literacy and health behavior motivation.”

Other founders are his twin brother, Peter, and Morad Fareed, a former executive of Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide and a member of the Clinton Global Initiative, and Renato Termale.

The building’s “advisory board” includes Deepak Chopa, the self-improvement guru, Terry McAuliffe, the former chairman of the Democratic National Committee and current governor of Virginia, Richard A. Gephardt, a former majority leader of the House of Representatives, Mel Martinez, a former Secretary of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Nicholas F. Russo of the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Michael Roizen of the Cleveland Clinic, and Dolly Lenz, the real estate broker.

According to its website, “a portion of Delos sales proceeds will go towards the funding and construction of 200 homes in the poorest refugee community in Haiti, a Clinton Global Initiative commitment.”  “This means,” it continued, “ that every single one of the five world’s first residences at 66 East 11th street will also be a world first in another way - the most aggressive giveback of housing for housing – or roughly 40 homes donated for every Delos home sold.”

SFA Design was the interior designer.

According to a Page Six item by Emily Smith in the February 26, 2014 edition of The New York Post, Mr. Chopra has purchased an apartment in the building, as has Leonardo DiCaprio, the actor.

Bottom Line

A luxurious and “healthy” residential conversion of a very handsome and ornate industrial building in Greenwich Village that is part of the Clinton Global Initiative.


The second floor has two large and very ornate window surrounds and the third floor has 6 fluted columns beneath a large bandcourse.

The 7th and 8th floors have arched windows and floors 4 through 7 have four tall window bays with rope columns.


The building has full-time doorman, key-controlled elevator access, and Donna Karan’s Urban Zen wellness concierge services, Vitamin C-infused showers, purified air and water, posture-supportive flooring, a kitchen herbarium and dawn simulation provided by a proprietary circadian lighting design.


Apartments have 6-inch-wide rift cut Siberian oak flooring.

Kitchens have six-burner Viking ranges, and Sub-Zero 36-inch refrigerators;

Baths have Jacuzzi Fuzion whirlpool with 14 jets and double-basin vanities topped with Sugar White marble and Toto water closets.

The penthouse duplex, which was initially listed at $50,000,000, has 7,693 square feet of space with four bedrooms and a three-story floating, hand-crafted metal staircase that leads to a solarium wrapped by more than 2,200 square feet of private rooftop terrace.  It has a 35-foot-long living room with a fireplace and black-out shades, an en suite windowed bath accented by a fireplace and a Jacuzzi fusion whirlpool with Chromatherapy- which utilizes colored light to harmonize with the body’s natural energy “meridians.”

The three-story “Mansion” residence contains 10,701 square feet and was initially listed at $45,000,000.  It has its own glass elevator and five bedroom with six full baths and two half baths.  It has 14-foot-high ceilings, a library wall with rolling ladder, a home theater, a fireplace encased in natural stone, a gym with steam room, a home office and a patio with its own “aromatherapy wall.

Residence 3 is a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath unit with 3,663 square feet and a 42-foot-long great room with an open 17-foot-wide kitchen with an island.

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