We've been following the condo conversion of 105 rental units at The Printing House in the West Village, a historic residence known for attracting celebs like Tiger Woods and its erstwhile intense gym and, and after almost two years, 60 new "loft-style" units are actually on the market. From a collection of one- and two-bedroom rentals, architects have fashioned 1BR-4BR condos, ranging from 900 square feet to more than 3,000 square feet?and, more importantly, from $2 to 7.5 million in asking price. The facade has been given a facelift but thankfully looks largely its same, stately self, and the common areas have been overhauled, too.
Each new condo has 11-foot-high windows and double-height living rooms with built-in second levels overlooking the space (hence the loft moniker). The kitchen are open-plan, equipped with (aaaaand here come the brand names) Caesarstone countertops and Timeline cabinetry, and appliances by Wolf and Sub-Zero. White oak floors, lacquered woodwork and glazed terracotta tiles add to the traditional-yet-modern vibe. A landscaped central garden adds an eastern element with Japanese pagoda trees. In addition to apartments, there are newly added townhouses and maisonettes that will have separate entrances between Leroy and Clarkson streets.
· Official site [printinghousewestvillage.com]
· Printing House coverage [Curbed]