Gal Nauer Architects (GNA) has created the architectural and interior design at 250 West Street, a luxury condominium residence in TribeCa’s historic Landmark district.
This landmark building was originally constructed in 1906 by William H. Birkmire for use as a warehouse, and is an eleven storey neo-Renaissance construction housing 111 loft style condominiums, giving approximately 300,000 ft.² of residential space. The new design integrates its historic facade with contemporary and sophisticated design which is in keeping with the TribeCa district.
Purchasers can choose from over 30 different layouts, ranging from loft style units with 16 foot ceilings to four-bedroom homes. Amenities include a 24-hour concierge service, 61 foot pool, private library lounge and a two level amenity area which includes a sauna, the state-of-the-art fitness center and children’s playroom.
There is also one penthouse suite available, comprising of over 7,000 ft.² of living space and it has its own private entryway, lobby and elevator. It also has a 5,000 ft.² rooftop terrace with its own sundeck, dining area and lounge, and which offers magnificent views of the Hudson River and Hudson River Park’s new Piers 25 and 26.
Gal Nauer, founder and president of GNA said “250 West Street introduces a magnificent new style of modern luxury living to TribeCa. This exquisite residence fits in perfectly with the neighborhoods modern day energy and spirit, and also embraces the building’s past with its beautiful historic facade.”
250 West Street integrates the latest trends in luxury development, which is to revitalize the exterior and to renovate residential spaces, providing luxurious living while preserving the buildings integrity. Ms Nauer went on to say “250 West Street is designed specifically for the tenants downtown lifestyle and provides a living experience much like that of a mansion rather than an apartment.” Prices start at $1.5 million.
GNA was founded by architect and designer Gal Nauer in 2000, and has studios in New York and Tel Aviv.
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