Never lived in sun-flooded 1644 SF 2 bedroom, 2.5 residence developed by Ian Schrager and designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron, featuring 11 foot ceilings and expansive views of the Hudson River from the floor to ceiling windows. The Scandinavian larch wood floors throughout the apartment keeps consistent with modern luxury of the home.
The custom designed Bulthaup Kitchen features Larchwood cabinets and a breakfast bar with Sivec marble slab countertops and backsplash. All appliances are fully integrated including a Sub-Zero refrigerator, freezer, and wine refrigerator, a Wolf oven with a separate steam oven, a Gaggenau cooktop, and a Miele dishwasher, and built in coffee/espresso machine.
The graciously appointed Master Bedroom suite has open river views, an oversized walk in closet and a lavish windowed spa master bathroom featuring a custom designed Sivec marble double vanity, a Wet Room with an oversized shower and Kaldewei soaking tub and radiant floor heating. The second bedroom offers tranquil eastern views of the private garden designed by Madison Cox and a custom en-suite bathroom with hand selected travertine stone walls, shower, and vanity with an integrated Corian sink.
Off the entry gallery, the powder room is clad in floor-to-ceiling Scandinavian Larch wood and has a custom designed floating Sivec marble vanity.
Other features of the home are 11 foot floor-to-ceiling windows; 12 inch wide-plank Scandinavian Larchwood floors throughout; prewired for AV; dimming system; motorized shades; triple custom pane curtain wall with UVB/UVA protected glass.
160 Leroy Street offers extensive amenities that includes a private cobblestone driveway, lush, landscaped park by Madison Cox, professional spa with 70-foot pool above ground, whirlpool, fitness center, yoga/pilates studio, steam room, sauna, massage room, Club house with catering kitchen and a children's play room. 160 Leroy is situated on a cobblestone street in the heart of the West Village and is conveniently located across from The Hudson River Park and bike paths, steps to The Highline Park, Meatpacking District, home of the Whitney Museum, fabled Bleecker Street, and some of the city's best shopping and restaurants.