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Herzog & de Meuron's undulating West Village condo reaches the halfway point

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The condo at 160 Leroy Street is now six-stories above ground

Courtesy of Field Condition

The Herzog and de Meuron-designed undulating condo building at 160 Leroy has made quite some progress since March this year when it was a mostly empty plot piled with beams and construction equipment. New construction site photos by Field Condition have revealed that the structure is now six-stories above ground, which means it’s halfway to the top.

Eventually, this building will stand 12-stories tall and have 49 apartments. The penthouse here was once asking $80 million, but seeing the market forces that prevailed during the early part of the year, the units were split into two—one asking $48.5 million and the other asking $29.5 million.

Sales on the Ian Schrager-developed condo launched just over a year ago on November 6, 2015, and just two weeks after that launch about 40 percent of the condos had sold. Most of the condos here appear to be in contract, according to StreetEasy, save for the split up penthouse units and a few other apartments.

There seems to be a slight discrepancy when it comes to the number of floors and apartments however. The building’s website says 160 Leroy will stand 14-stories tall and have 57 apartments. Curbed has reached out to the developer to clarify.

Amenities in this building include a 70-foot pool and whirlpool spa, a yoga and pilates studio, a fitness center, a residents’ lounge, and a steam room among many other features. Originally scheduled to be complete in 2016, the completion has now been pushed back to sometime next year.