Ultra-modern futuristic design in the heart of the West Village. A unique aesthetic, which can be enticing to those that are looking for something different.
It may be a bit too futuristic for the surrounding neighborhood and not appeal to those who favor the Village’s charming brownstones and townhouses.
It’s hard to imagine ever having a grey day when living in one of the lovely glass-surrounded apartments at 166 Perry Street. Each corner unit home features cascading floor-to-ceiling 10-foot angled windows that beckon natural light to shine in. Interiors designed by Asymptote Architects feature white oak floors, open kitchen spaces, and the very best appliances.
Your eyes are not deceiving you; the exterior of 166 Perry was designed to appear waving in the breeze. The effect of the undulating glass facade adds a hip edge to the West Village neighborhood in which it’s located. Within its eight stories are 20 units, each of which is built with a corner view. Some of the amenities in the building include a full-time doorman and staff, fitness center, roof terrace for viewing the Hudson River, and balconies in some units.
The building sits across the street from the Hudson River Promenade, and is within walking distance to trendy West Village cafes, shops, and restaurants. Cobblestone streets reflect the past of one of New York’s oldest neighborhoods, which also happens to be one of its most sought-after features.