West Village

$8,820,000

4 BD, 4 BA

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Apartment Details

4

Beds

4

Baths

6

Rooms

2,914

Square Feet

Maintenance
$6,978

This 2,913 square foot four bedroom, four bathroom residence opens to a gracious entry foyer that flows seamlessly into the great room complete with vast blackened steel frame, double paned glass east facing windows. 10'7 ceilings are beamed and showcase the character and distinction of the buildings’ original use as a Printing House built in 1912.

The custom Chef’s kitchen features top-of- the- line Gaggenau appliances including a 36'' induction and vented cook-top, convection oven, speed oven, 36'' refrigerator/freezer with a walnut veneer, Sub-Zero wine cooler, additional under island refrigeration, pot filler faucet and dishwasher. Seamless Quartzite countertops and blackened steel cabinets with fluted glass panels add a touch of downtown flair to the open and dramatic kitchen.

The master suite faces west and receives ample natural light. Measuring 18'0'' by 14'6'', this private retreat has a walk-in closet plus 2 additional closets, a spacious master bathroom with double sinks, waterworks fixtures, honed Royal Danby marble floors, bathtub deck, shower bench and vanity flanked by lacquered olive ash wood

Separate from the master suite are 3 additional bedrooms each with en-suite marble bathrooms that overlook quiet landscaped gardens. The ceilings are 9'6'' and the natural wide plank oak floors continue through-out these charming bedrooms. The secondary bathrooms are decked with salt rock mosaic marble tiles and flooring, Waterwork fixtures and a walnut framed vanity with matte white glass doors. Conveniently located between the great room and the foyer is the powder room.

This residence comes complete with Crestron smart home technology system and is pre-wired for electric shades, surround sound, room by room controlled temperature; 10'' wide plank oak flooring is featured throughout this gracious home.

90 Morton Street is a 35-unit boutique condominium conversion, created by concept architect Gottesman-Szmelcman with interior design by AD100 Leroy Street Studio and developed by Brack Capital Real Estate, nestled on the corner of Morton and Greenwich Street in the West Village, Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, 64' foot salt water spa pool with saunas and private changing room, children’s playroom. The building roof-deck is fully landscaped and complete with kitchen, bar, BBQ, fireplace and powder room featuring 360 views of the Hudson River, New York Harbor and Statue of Liberty. A meticulously designed library is located adjacent to the lobby, maintained by a 24-hour doorman and concierge.

The artist and computer renderings and interior decorations, fixtures, appliances and furnishings are provided for illustrative purposes only. Sponsor makes no representation or warranties except as may be set forth in the Offering Plan. The complete offering terms are available in an offering plan available from the sponsor. Sponsor: 90 Morton Owner LLC. File No. CD-150273. Equal Housing Opportunity

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Courtesy of: Reuveni Real Estate
Property: West Village

1911

Year Built

12

Stories

  • Doorman Doorman
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Concierge Concierge
  • Pre war Pre war
  • Roof deck Roof deck
  • Swimming pool Swimming pool

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