421 Hudson St, 401 - West Village - Meatpacking District, New York
Residence 401 at the Printing House Condominium represents a never-before offered opportunity in the prime West Village of Manhattan. Sprawling over two floors, the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home has been meticulously designed and renovated by developer Alodium Group.
From the moment one enters the residence, one is struck by the dramatic, soaring 15-and-a-half-foot double-height ceilings and corner light that streams in from the eleven-foot windows and ninety feet of frontage to the east and north. The loft-like great room allows for a contemporary open layout flowing seamlessly between dining, living, and chef's kitchen, with Miele appliances including a range, steam oven, wine cooler, two dishwashers, hood, microwave and a Fisher & Paykel fridge with Blanco and Franke fixtures, polished Caesarstone countertop and custom white lacquer cabinetry. Continue through to the east-facing master bedroom, also with nearly 16-foot ceilings, a walk-through dressing room, and a spa-like, radiant-heated master bath clad in Italian Statuary marble with Weststyle, Toto, Dornbracht fixtures and Artos towel warmer. Across the great room is a secondary bedroom with a radiant-heated en-suite bath and a walk-in-closet, facing over quiet Leroy Street with protected views throughout the apartment.
Up the Italian glass balustrade and stairs is the second floor, with space for a family room also convertible to a fourth bedroom. There is a full utility room with side-by-side 27-inch Whirlpool washer/dryer, extra storage and an audiovisual room. Rounding out upstairs is the private third bedroom, also with a radiant-heated en-suite bath and a walk-in-closet.
Ideal for the art collector, this residence boasts gallery-style walls, with heavy-gauge steel studs and multilayer board for hanging artwork. The double-hung windows have been double-glazed for added UV protection and pre-wired for low-voltage motorized shades. High-efficiency LED lighting has been custom installed throughout, with wall washers for the art walls. The floors throughout are radiant-heated with 5-inch-wide white oak planks, including chevron flooring for the great room.
For added ease, the home is completely wired and controllable via a wall-mounted iPad. This includes the Honeywell thermostat and humidification systems with central air for zoned heating and cooling, LED lighting systems, Fios for cable TV (65" LED 4K UltraHD TV included), Fios for high-speed internet with two Wi-Fi zones, Sonos speaker systems and security systems.
Residence 401 truly blends the best of layout, exposure, location, and finish level into one stand-alone urban property with the added benefit of low monthly carrying charges.
Staging and art installation in the residence has been masterfully completed by the Waterfall Mansion and Gallery, all with unique pieces created specifically for the residence.
The Printing House was built in 1908 and recently converted to condominiums with full-service amenities. With an Italian Renaissance facade and a location overlooking James J. Walker Park and the West Village historic district, it is one of the most sought-after buildings in the neighborhood. There is a full-time doorman, live-in resident manager, concierge services by Abigail Michaels, private landscaped mews, private storage for rent, access to the flagship Printing House Equinox with rooftop pool and deck, cold storage, on-site laundry and on-site valet service.
The Printing House is conveniently central to world-class restaurants and cafes, shopping, green space, the Hudson River Waterfront Greenway, PATH station & A/C/E/B/D/F/M/1 subways.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman