Live in an oversized loft-like 1-bedroom, 1.5-bath home featuring airy South-facing views. Expert proportions abound with 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows and more than 970 square feet of living space.
Enjoy the open-concept kitchen, with cabinets by Bulthaup, features a Sub-Zero refrigerator and Miele appliances, along with an expansive dining bar. Striking walnut hardwood floors are present throughout. The living room is blasted with sunlight from tree-lined and open South-facing views. A powder room and two separate closetsone housing the units stacked washer/dryeris immediately available upon entrance through the entry foyer. The king-sized master suite continues with meditative South-facing views. A double-door closet along with an additional linen closet are present. The crown jewel of the house, the dazzling ensuite master bathroom features a separate soaking tub and rain shower along with dual vanities.
101 Warren Street is an iconic, distinguished full-service luxury condominium. Amenities in the building are nearing completion in the coming weeks, and will feature a completely renovated and state-of-the-art amenities package including a steam room, sauna, and outdoor garden. A brand new dining and conference room will feature a professional-grade Chefs kitchen for entertaining small or large groups. The lobby, designed by award-winning AD100 architect Victoria Hagan, features a 24-hour doorman and concierge, along with an attended garage with lobby access. 101 Warren offers a comprehensive range of luxury amenities including a fitness center, complete body spa, indoor/outdoor playroom, sun deck, Billiards room, screening room, the Bloomberg Financial Lounge, and an exclusive elevated pine forest designed by renowned landscape architect Thomas Balsley.
Whole Foods Market, Barnes & Noble, and Soul Cycle are all just downstairs. Not to mention, neighborhood classics like Bouley, Locanda Verde and Tribeca Grill are all within a stones throw. The neighborhood also features an impressive array of green spaces, including the Hudson River Greenway, Rockefeller Park and Washington Market Park, which features a year-round greenmarket. Access to the rest of the city is a breeze, with transportation access via the 1/2/3 and A/C train stations.