The sleek tower at , designed by ED A-List architect Annabelle Selldorf, sits right in the middle of the historic Greenwich Village neighborhood at the corner of East 12th Street and University Place. With just 52 residences, a large outdoor entertaining terrace, and a custom-designed light sculpture by Apparatus Studio illuminating the lobby, it feels like a private, elegant haven from the urban hustle and bustle outside.
The German-born Selldorf, who is known for such other iconic New York City residential buildings as 10 Bond Street and 200 11th Avenue and the upcoming expansion of the Frick Collection, tells ED, “As the building is lived in and the garden on the podium is being planted, the building takes root in the neighborhood and comes to life for both people living in the light filled apartments but also on the street for the passerby.”
And now one of the luxe condominiums, Residence 9C, is coming to market and can be yours for a cool $5.25 million. You’ll get a generous 2,028 square feet of living space with southern, western, and northern exposures through casement windows; two bedrooms; two and a half baths; and a fully equipped wet bar to entertain your many friends.
The expansive living room has white-oak flooring, views of the surrounding cityscape through casement windows, and a wet bar tucked in the corner for entertaining.
Generous proportions allow for two distinct seating areas, as staged here by Studio D. Piers. The space between the living room's windows are the ideal spot to display striking contemporary artworks.
The kitchen features white-oak millwork cabinetry, Pietra Lavica stone countertops, and Waterworks fixtures. The refrigerator and freezer are by Sub-Zero, and the cooktop and dishwasher are by Gaggenau.
Ample space, a walk-in closet, and an en suite master bath make this master bedroom a peaceful retreat.
The master bath has Bardiglio Lucca marble walls and heated floors with a Murano-glass mosaic inlay.
The sizable guest bedroom also has an en suite bathroom and a large closet to ensure visitors’ privacy.
Mosaic tiles along with marble countertops and floors give a luxe feel to this guest bath.
The powder room makes a dramatic statement with its dark-veined marble juxtaposed against a geometric light-gray wallcovering.