The Townhomes of Downing Street, a row of three super-luxe residences from developer Urban Muse nearing completion in the Village, are doing a slow striptease. Big white tarps still hide the bulk of the buildings, but up top creamy slabs of sandstone surrounding wood-framed windows can be spied from little Downing Street down below. The team at 1100 Architect promise high living at its best, with six floors of Ateliers, Parlors and a maxi-Master Suite. Did we mention the Observatory level with terraces up top?
The surrounding grounds are being planned and planted by the landscape team at Scape, using bluestone and Cor-Ten steel in the sustainable garden. Two of the townhomes were also offered as a single 12,127-square-foot residence and listed last year at $33 million. But as of this week that one is, to the dismay of procrastinators, "no longer available." For those looking for something less pricey, there's a little old townhouse for sale across the way at 23 Downing, described as a "real fixer upper," for $3,995,000. B.Y.O. bluestone.
· Townhomes of Downing Street coverage [Curbed]
· Projects - Downing Street Townhouses [1100 Architect]
· Downing Street Townhouses [Scape]