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100 Barrow Street; Photo by Field COndition 100 Barrow Street; Photo by Field COndition
Toll Brother City Living’s new West Village residential project is almost finished. Known as 100 Barrow Street, the 26-unit building rises a modest 11 stories from the cobblestoned corner at Barrow and Greenwich streets. The exterior of the Barry Rice-designed building features a red-brick façade with a rounded corner along its lower floors and a sparkling glass and brass volume above. Since we last covered the project, we’ve been eagerly awaiting the protective netting to be taken down from its upper floors. Now, the avid photographer known as Field Condition has captured these exceptional shots of the bipartite design.
100-Barrow-Street-34 100 Barrow Street detailed shots; Image credit Field Condition
100 Barrow’s lower five floors are clad in a conservative red-brick skin that complements the historic buildings of St. Luke’s-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church on its block. A rounded corner, echoing that of the Archive Building across Greenwich Street and the Shepherd at 275 West 10th Street, is a genial detail we wish were more common throughout our city of hard angles. The top six floors of 100 Barrow are setback and are mostly finished in brass and glass. Field Condition’s photos give us a close-up view of the meaty champagne-colored mullions, projecting spandrels, and vertical screens adorning the façade. The penthouse floor is further setback and is wrapped by complementary bronze-colored railings and a roofline trellis.
Interiors by Bernheimer Architecture are patently modern. Open kitchens are detailed in a richly textured palette of grey oak and oil-rubbed bronze, and harmonize with Carrara marble countertops and backsplash and appliances by Gaggenau. Master baths are finished in cool grey and black tones and are outfitted with soaking tubs and separate shower rooms. Building amenities include a wine cellar and tasting room, a communal dining room, catering kitchen, and fitness studio, steam room and sauna, children’s playroom, bike storage and pet spa. Occupancy is anticipated in late 2017.
 
 
 
 
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New Developments Editor Ondel Hylton Ondel is a lifelong New Yorker and comprehensive assessor of the city's dynamic urban landscape.