Situated in New York's most intimate and desirable neighborhood of West Village, The Greenwich Lane features five unique addresses and 5 townhouses nestled together and currently offering a three bedroom penthouse and 4 bedroom townhouses priced from $17MM. The residences feature historical restoration and new construction, created by FXFOWLE, with the interiors undertaken by the famed Thomas O'Brien. Each unit is an example of custom-made luxury, with the glass-wrapped walls and LED lightning fixtures designed by Thomas O'Brien. The kitchens boast of a luxurious and convenient lifestyle, with white oak millwork cabinetry, blue-grey Pietra Lavica stone countertops and appliances by Gaggenau, Miele, and Sub-Zero. Water-efficient plumbing fixtures are designed by Thomas O'Brien. Amenities include a fitness floor, suite of entertaining rooms, catering kitchen, 24-hour attended lobbies, private parking garage, bicycle storage, private screening room with a private wet bar, landscaped courtyard, and kids' playroom.
This mid-rise building at 145 West 11th Street is part of the large Greenwich Lane development of the western end of the block bounded by 12th and 11th Streets, Seventh and Sixth Avenues in Greenwich Village.
The entire complex consists of 200 condominium apartments in several preserved buildings of what was formerly St. Vincent's Hospital as well as some new buildings and five, 5-story townhouses.
This mid-block building has 8 full-floor apartments.
The extremely complex redevelopment of the hospital’s 10 buildings on the east side of Seventh Avenue between 11th and 12th Streets was undertaken by the Rudin Organization and Eyal Ofer of Global Holdings.
FXFowle was the architect. M. Paul Friedberg & Partners was the landscape architect. Thomas O’Brien of Aero Studios was the interior designer.
In addition to this building, other buildings in the complex include 160 West 12th Street, 150 West 12thStreet, and 140 West 12th Street and 5 townhouses at 143, 141, 139, 137 and 135 West 11th Street.
The developers agreed to develop a triangular block directly west of the complex into a small park with an AIDS memorial.
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