The city's developers are on an all-out blitz to lure well-heeed buyers to their projects, and the first front in this high-stakes war is the sales office?the base of operations for the building's sales and marketing. Nowadays, sales offices are just as luxurious as the condo units they're meant to sell. Show Us Your Sales Office will be your guided tour of the most over-the-top of the bunch. Got a sales office you want to show off? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why!
Greenwich Village isn't used to buildings like One Jackson Square, with its façade of undulating glass panels and randomly placed mullions. The 11-story, 35-unit former Development Du Jour still has a long way to go before it rises out of an old parking lot on an oddly shaped lot on tiny Jackson Square Park (the foundation is being poured), so developers Aby Rosen and Hines knew they had to go the extra mile to show potential buyers what sort of product they are offering.
One massively complicated build-out of a former Mexican restaurant later, the One Jackson Square sales office opened at 93 Greenwich Avenue, next to neighborhood brunch favorite Good. The goal was to create an office that wouldn't be an obtrusive presence on the block, and indeed, the One Jax office looks like a friendly storefront, with daffodils and curtains and plenty of charm. But how many stores have an $85,000 model, a working high-end kitchen and an original Warhol hanging on the wall? Umm...none? Click through the gallery for the whole story.
· West Village Officially Getting Its Curves [Curbed]
· One Jackson Square Shows Off Its Curves [Curbed]
· One Jackson Square [Official Site]