99 Jane Street is notorious for its party penthouse, rented for tens of thousands of dollars per month. The owners of #9C have a cleaner sort of fun in mind. They gave the place a thorough renovation, interior design by Gachot and architecture by Gwathmey Siegel, and it's all simple lines and floor-to-ceiling windows and a $7.95 million asking price. Feel that sticker shock: the place last sold for $3.3 million in 2009. Here, we'll let the brokerbabble make the case for the new price:
Utilizing highest quality fixtures, appliances and finishes including: Wolf, Miele, Fisher & Paykel, Dornbracht and Hansgrohe plus elegant materials including jet mist granite and statuary white marble, this bespoke apartment is the antithesis of banal new developments and the perfect balance of function and luxurious yet refined form that the modern buyer craves yet rarely finds: simply the finest renovation to come to market in the West Village.
Apartment offers best in class technology such as fully automated Lutron shades throughout the apartment, Sonos music system that one can enjoy in every room and hallway in the apartment in addition to the shower and on the terrace via outdoor speakers. Additional features include: fully automated steam shower, radiant heat flooring in master bathroom, temperature controlled wine storage and fully automated irrigation system.
The terrace is landscaped and measures 850 square feet. But as for the interiors, we aren't actually sure whether they're photos or renderings.
That's not a problem with the pre-renovation photos. Here's how the place looked when it was last listed in 2009: