CURBED NYC: First look inside Greystone's boutique West Village condo on a triangular lot

CURBED NYC: First look inside Greystone's boutique West Village condo on a triangular lot



Just over a year after sales got underway, Greystone Development has released interiors images of its boutique West Village development. Located at 175 West 10th Street, the condo building comes with just five full-floor apartments, including a duplex penthouse that comes with three outdoor spaces.

At present, two apartments there are listed on StreetEasy. A second floor condo that’s asking $5.99 million, and a fifth floor apartment that wants $7.2 million. Designed by BKSK Architects, each of the apartments here come with three bedrooms and measure anywhere between 2,700 square feet to just over 3,000 square feet.

All the condos here have private elevator entrance, and outdoor space, and feature finished oak floors, and 10-foot-tall ceilings, among some of the standout qualities. The kitchens here come with Calacutta Gold polished marble countertops and backsplash, and a Gaggenau appliance package. The master bedrooms also come with Calacutta marble walls, and an attached bathroom with a marble-encased tub and glass-enclosed shower.

A single-story building in the historic district was demolished on this triangular plot to make way for Greystone’s condo building. After some back and forth, the Landmarks Commission approved this application in April 2014, and work has been moving forward steadily at the site since.

The first interior renderings for the project came out in December 2015, and the new interior photos show that BKSK has remained pretty true to those designs, but changed up the materials a little bit.

The penthouse here was already in contract last summer, but it hasn’t yet sold, nor have the rest of the apartments. The building is set to open towards the end of summer this year. Million Dollar Listing broker, Ryan Serhant (of NestSeekers), is exclusively selling these condos.

Courtesy Travis Mark Photography