The thoughtfully planned 345 Meatpacking features details not considered by many other architects. For instance, the windows and walls on each floor were given special consideration to please the residents who choose to call the building “home.” Specially designed thick walls provide assistance in the sound department and maintain privacy for neighbors. Private terraces with landscapes showcase the views of the city from the comfort of residents’ own homes.
Hand-laid brick and bronze Italian windows make 345 Meatpacking a special building. Landscaped terraces and even a planted landscape marquee over the front door are just a few of its unique touches. 345 Meatpacking has amenities such as a private fitness center, bicycle room, cold storage, and additional private storage available for purchase. In keeping with its lush green landscaping, a rainwater collection and irrigation system are also part of the building’s allure. A full-time doorman is on staff, as well as a concierge.
Cultural opportunities abound in Chelsea, as its art scene thrives in numerous art galleries. Dining destinations in the Meatpacking District offer culinary fare that impress the most finicky foodies, with offerings culled from Chelsea and Gansevoort Markets. Nights wake up the neighborhood, as residents take to the many bars and cafes that dot the area.