Designed and developed by an all-star team, 175 West 10th Street offers luxury, full floor residences in the heart of the West Village. Greystone Developments is the developer and investor behind the project, providing ample capital and support to create something incredible with their partners, BKSK Architects. With such an experienced and lauded team developing just five units, 175 West 10th promises to be one of the most sought-after addresses even before completion.

Architecture

Inspired by the English style, ivy-covered buildings surrounding it, 175 West 10th combines the weight of history with all the sleek modernism of a 21st-century luxury development project.

Designed by BRSK, the 15,000 square foot lot embraces the chaos and discord around it. Using steel, glass, brick, brownstone, they’ve designed a building that makes the most of the triangular space and prioritizes light for the units within.

The five residences inside are nothing short of spectacular.

Residences

The building is unusual in that it’s comprised entirely of only five full-floor units.

Each unit has its own private elevator which opens onto a classic great room design. From the oak floors all the way up to the 10-foot ceilings, every detail refined and elegant.

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Rendering Courtesy of 175 West 10th St

Wander through to the kitchens, and you’ll find the absolute best of everything. Calacatta Gold slab marble counters set on simple wooden cabinets combine a crisp look that retains plenty of natural warmth. Each residence is outfitted with a Gaggenau appliance package, including stacked ovens and a built in fridge. Off of each kitchen, there’s a small private balcony and solarium, perfect for morning coffee or a later afternoon drink. Plus, the kitchen can be segmented from the rest of the house with a custom-etched glass divider.

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Rendering Courtesy of 175 West 10th St

In the bathrooms and powder rooms, the same marble continues on the vanities and walls, accented with Waterworks faucets. The master bath has more of the same, only there Fior Di Bosco marble floors and a glass walk-in shower offer an even more spa-like experience created by the marble tub, both from Kallista. Heated floors are present throughout all the bathrooms.

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Rendering Courtesy of 175 West 10th St

And of course, the bedrooms themselves are works of art, with diagonal planked oak floors and plenty of natural light. The perfect place to relax after a long day in the city.

Amenities

Because the building is so exclusive and the units so large, there’s not a lot of room for amenities. That said, 175 West 10th does a lot with what they have.

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Rendering Courtesy of 175 West 10th St

For starters, their entranceway and common foyer are stunning. Litho Verde Pietra D’avola limestone floors completed in an offset design are stylish and welcoming, where Gascogne Blue Honed walls and blackened steel accents drive home the modernism so integral to the building. A part-time doorman and virtual concierge, as well as optional storage, round out the amenities available at 175 West 10th.

Availability

Of the five units total (including the penthouse) there are currently only two available. Two of the units, #2 and #5, is listed at $7.2 million. They’re both around 2,700 square feet and are 3-bed, 3.5 bath designs. Each unit has a long wall comprised entirely of windows, letting in plenty of light throughout the apartment.

Currently, the penthouse is not listed as for sale but is as of yet unsold. It was previously listed for just under $10 million for 3,000 square feet of space and two terraces offering panoramic views east, north, and south.

Neighborhood

The West Village, a subset of Greenwich Village, is a historical neighborhood tucked into the south-west corner of Manhattan. A long time residential holdout, West Village has a small, neighborhood feel, an enclave of quaint buildings in the concrete jungle.

But inside those buildings, all the excitement of the big city come to life. Restaurants, boutiques, and artisan cafes take advantage of smaller spaces, so the West Village remains a hotbed of new and exciting innovation. And with the wider city just minutes away, you’ll rarely find yourself wanting.

Once again, BKSK and Greystone Developments have created a space in the city where everyone wants to live.

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