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This building was inspired by the great Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer.  Herzog & de Meuron (Pritzker Prized winning architects) used Niemeyer starting point to build this new iconic structure.  Much like at the had of a sculptor, this building is curvaceous, sensual,free-flowing, seductive and sexy.

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In the last decade, new developments designed by world-class architects have grown up in the handful of waterfronts lots available in the West Village. Schrager identified the site of 160 Leroy as the last chance to create an important contemporary addition to this special neighborhood and possibly the last chance to own a home on the water in the West Village.


Private Courtyard & Garden

Residents cross through the arched entryway of the building into a lush private landscaped courtyard and find themselves immersed in a serene, pastoral garden designed by Madison Cox, with a specially chosen 30-foot willow tree, boxwood hedges, ivy covered walls, undulating lawn and benches for enjoying the space.

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Framed in rich mahogany, the custom designed glass evokes the luxurious window vitrines of a fin de siècle Viennese department store. Fluted mahogany panels are dramatically uplit to create an intimate but welcoming entry that glows invitingly in the evening.

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Social Kitchen

Hand selected Sivec marble slab countertop and full height Sivec marble slab backsplash (same marble that was used in Ancient Roman times).

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Master Bedroom Suite

Panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling operable, special triple glazed and insulated windows sound rated to 40 DB for 100% exterior noise reduction

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