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601 Washington Street: Review and Ratings

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Carter Horsley
Review of 601 Washington Street by Carter Horsley

This attractive, 9-story building at 601 Washington Street on a cobblestone street in the West Village was erected by Shibumi Development, Charles Dunne and Zac Waksal in 2019. 

It has 10 condominium apartments.  It is also known as 129 Leroy Street. 

BKSK was the architect and Hollander Design was the landscape architect.

Bottom Line

A modern building in the West Village on a cobblestone street with stone base and a glass top.


The building has a stone base and its setback top three floors have glass façades. 

The windows in the base are inset and have a large mullion. 

The center section of the Washington street façade is only four stories tall with two double-height floors.  The building has sidewalk landscaping and the top glass floor is smaller than the other two.


The building has a 24-hour doorman, a fitness center, a screening room, a wine cellar, a yoga room and private storage.


The 3-level west townhouse unit has a fitness center, a screening room, a wine cellar, and a yoga room, and wide entrance gallery that leads to a 26-foot-wide dining room, a 20-foot-wide living room, a 20-foot-wide kitchen with an island and a 20-foot-long courtyard on the entry floor and three bedrooms on the second floor. 

A 6-bedroom, quaduplex unit on the floors 6, 7, 8 and 9 has 7,172 square feet of interior space and 1,419 square feet of exterior space, a 30-foot-long great room, a 47-foot-long great room on the upper level with a 26-foot-long kitchen with an island, a 47-foot-long terrace and a 62-foot-long terrace. 

Apartment 3E is a two-bedroom unit with  3,000 square feet, a very long entrance gallery that leads to a 19-foot-long kitchen with an island and a breakfast bar, a 32-foot-long great room and on the upper level a 47-foot-long great room .

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