The fun Yayoi Kusama-designed construction netting has made the wait for 345 Meatpacking easier, but nothing beats the reveal of interior images, floorplans, and pricing. Happily, that moment is here. The gallery above has photos of two model units, 2D and 4A. The second-floor unit was designed by The Future Perfect, while the fourth-floor was done by BDDW, the same folks who did some of the furnishings at developer DDG's other building, 41 Bond. The Times has an overview of some of the finishes: "board-formed" concrete used to construct the vestibule walls, gray bricks from Denmark on the terraces, Moroccan tile in the guest bathrooms, and thick walls and windows to cut down on sound. Probably the right idea for MePa.
Sales are underway at the building, and pricing starts at $1.1 million. The building site lists 13 available units, out of a total of 37. The least expensive is a 693-square-foot 1BR; the priciest is a 3BR, 2.5BA penthouse seeking $6.225 million. Floorplans are up, too, so here's a gallery of 'em:
· Official website: 345 Meatpacking [345meatpacking.com]
· In Meatpacking District, a New Condo Building Opens [NYT]
· 345 Meatpacking coverage [Curbed]