The condo is out of the (exquisitely designed, Yayoi Kusama-commissioned) bag at 345 Meatpacking, which released new interior renderings, floor plans and pricing today.
The official site of the 12-story DDG Partners project shows 13 available units out of 37, with pricing starting at $1.1 million for a 693-square-foot one-bedroom. The five penthouses in the building will have floor-to-ceiling Italian bronze windows with views of the Hudson River and downtown Manhattan, as well as private landscaped terraces. The one currently available penthouse on the ninth floor is a three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom that measures 2,093 square feet and will set you back $6.225 million.
Even by NYC luxury standards, the materials DDG picked for the building are especially sophisti-glam: thin gray handmade bricks from Denmark for the terraces, Moroccan tile for the guest bathrooms, bronze for the elevator doors and “board-formed,” wood-imprinted concrete for the vestibule walls. For hard partiers and quiet-seeking types alike, the walls and windows will be thicker than average to dampen noise, the New York Times reported.
Amenities include a landscape roof terrace with rainwater collection and irrigation system, bicycle storage, private storage for purchase and a residents-only fitness center with oak floors, board-formed concrete and timber joists (sweating it out never seemed so fancy).
And if you were wondering what happened to the devastatingly cool, yellow-and-black snakey construction netting that DDG paid for, the artsy wrapper was recently removed after a two-month run and is being stashed in a warehouse with its future “under discussion,” the New York Times reported. Don’t destroy the custom netting, DDG: we can use it like a massive poncho to cover less aesthetically blessed buildings in Manhattan!
In any case, feast your eyes on the new renderings and penthouse floor plan from the official site below: