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The first occupants of 100 Barrow are now moving in (All photos via Toll Brothers City Living) The first occupants of 100 Barrow are now moving in (All photos via Toll Brothers City Living)
In the heart of the West Village, 100 Barrow reports 80% sold as closings begin and the first residents take occupancy. The newly-constructed 26-unit building has risen among a handsome row of 19th-century townhouses, and the first six floors of the design by Barry Rice are done in a brick base to blend seamlessly with them. The upper six floors are wrapped in a curtain wall edged in bronze and also pay tribute to the historic area, known as Manhattan’s oldest landmark district.
100 Barrow Street interiors Living room
“Buyers are drawn to 100 Barrow because of the limited opportunity to own new construction in one of the oldest, most desirable neighborhoods in New York City.”
– David Von Spreckelsen, the New York Division President of Toll Brothers City Living.
100 Barrow Street interiors Kitchen
100 Barrow Street interiors Bathroom
Interiors by Brooklyn-based Bernheimer Architecture feature wide-planked oak floors, oil-rubbed satin bronze entry doors, and veined grey marble walls. Custom kitchens are outfitted with Carrara marble countertops and backsplash, Poliform cabinets, custom bronze hardware and fixtures, and a Gaggenau appliance suite. Master baths have black marble floors and tub surrounds, Carrara marble counters, and bronze Watermark fixtures.
Building amenities include a wine cellar, lounge, fitness center, sauna and steam room, pantry and entertaining kitchen, children's playroom, pet spa, and bike room. The remaining listings range from $2.978 million for a 2-bedroom to $13.359 million for a 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath with a private terrace. Not surprisingly, these prices far exceed the West Village median price of $1.05 million, per CityRealty data. On the hunt for apartments? Begin your search here.
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