The Shepherd is a 12-storey conversion offering studio to 4-bedroom residences listed from $1.885MM. The handsome, historic exterior combines with the grand, modern interiors to lend the building a solid, honest quality to the building. The airy, sunlit layouts inside the homes feature unique, vaulted ceilings, double-glazed, arched windows and solid oak floors laid in a classic herringbone pattern. The kitchens are custom-made, exhibiting painted custom cabinets and high-end fixtures and fittings to ensure a convenient and luxurious living. Marble, granite, mahogany and stone tiles add contrast in the kitchens and baths.
Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, a private garden, a cozy fireplace, technological and storage capabilities, a library, luxurious spa, game room, state-of-the-art private, wood-paneled gym, and breathtaking views of the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty, and the Empire State building.
This imposing, 12-story, red-brick, Romanesque-revival style building was erected in 1896 as the Everard Storage Warehouse and designed by Martin V. B. Ferdon for James Everard, who built one of the country’s largest brewing concerns and was also the owner of Everard’s Turkish Baths are 28 West 28th Street.
In 1929, the building became the Shephard Warehouse and in the 1970s it was converted by Rockrose into the Shepherd Warehouse apartment building with 145 rental units. Rockrose did other residential projects in the area included the former Federal Archives Building at 666 Greenwich Street in 1988, 100 Jane Street in 1996 and, later, 99 Jane Street.
In 2014, the building was acquired from Vill-Shephard Equities Inc., for $68.2 million by the Starwood Capital Group, which is headed by Barry Sternlicht and it was then converted with The Naftali Group to 42 residential condominiums.
Beyer Blinder Belle was the architect for the conversion. Gachot was the interior designer for the conversion.
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