Encapsulate yourself in luxury, texture, color, and the finest of finishes sourced from around the globe. Spanning 900 square feet, residence 4F is unlike any residence you have ever experienced. Enter through an oversized formal foyer that is spacious enough to serve as your formal dining room. Proceed to your silent and expansive sunken living room with hand rubbed walls by interior designer Gregory Bissonette, a black, hand cut glass, wood burning fireplace designed by a French mosaic artist, black ebony oak floors, custom built-ins, beamed ceilings and south facing windows. The beautiful windowed kitchen features black granite countertops, open shelving, unlacquered brass fixtures, and handmade Spanish mosaic tiles. The windowed bathroom which is accessed through the central hallway is encased in hand cut turquoise glass tiles by the same French artist. The pin-drop quiet massive bedroom suite can host a king bed, sitting room or home office and features hand rubbed walls, beautiful southern light and a dressing room-esque closet.
The “F” line is the largest one bedroom line in 302 W. 12th Street, a renowned Bing and Bing prewar condominium built in 1929. This famed building is known for their impeccable, dedicated full time staff which attends the lobby 24 hours per day, a porter and live-in resident manager. A world class 3,000 square foot planted roof deck with spectacular, unrivaled protected 360 degree views of the Manhattan skyline, The Empire State Building, The Chrysler Building, One World Trade, The Statue of Liberty, West Village Historic district and West to the Hudson River. The lobby, hallways, and elevators were recently restored with touches of gold leaf trim and additional building amenities include storage units, a bike room and large laundry room.
The crème de le crème of Manhattan locations, 302 W. 12th Street is opposite Abingdon Square Park. Acquired in the 1800’s Abingdon Square Park is one of New York City’s oldest parks. The landscape design of Abingdon Square is based on the picturesque English style garden and is maintained by the Abingdon Square Conservancy, a community-based park association. Spend your Saturdays sourcing fresh produce from the Abingdon Square Farmers Market, or visiting one of the many cultural offerings just a stone throws away. From the Meatpacking District, Hudson River Park, to the High Line and Whitney Museum completed with arguably the best shopping and dining Manhattan has to offer. This truly is a Jewel in the heart and soul of the West Village.