Two years after the townhouses at the Printing House were first revealed, an official opening has revealed the newly redesigned landscaped mews.
Created by Gunn Landscape Design, the 2,100-square-foot mews complements the two townhouses and three maisonettes that were designed by Workshop/APD. Having been inspired by the hidden streets that populated New York in the 19th-century, the mews features a beautiful lined walkway populated with various types of grass and ferns, holly trees, and Japanese pagoda trees, as well as benches and shaded areas.
Townhouse #2 is the currently the only one of the renovated units that is listed at the converted rental-to-condo. It’s asking $13.125 million for the 4,236 square foot, four-bedroom- six-and-a-half bathroom home and features amenities like white oak floors, Venetian plaster walls, a gas-burning fireplace, private elevator, and a private landscaped roof.
- All Printing House coverage [Curbed]