Living at Superior InkSuperior Ink is a full-service, luxury condominium in the West Village, featuring a 17-story tower facing the Hudson River and seven townhouses on Bethune Street. Located on a tree-lined cobblestone street on the site of the former Superior Ink Factory, built in 1919, this eco-friendly LEED certified tower designed by world-renowned Robert A.M. Stern Architects, with interiors and stunning lobby by Yabu Pushelberg, has quickly become an iconic West Village landmark. Mr. Stern created a feeling of an early 20th century industrial building for the exterior of the tower with light orange brick, a rusticated stone base and several over-sized arched windows – which blends in perfectly with the history of the neighborhood and has a timeless design. Many of the homes offer stunning unobstructed views of the Hudson River south, west and north from the Statue of Liberty to the George Washington Bridge and dramatic views to the east of the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings. The building is perfectly located in the heart of the West Village – just across the street from the Hudson River Park and just steps away from the High Line and the Meatpacking.
On-site Garage with Valet
State-of-the-Art Fitness Center
Pilates Machines and Yoga Room
Lounge with Catering Kitchen
Onsite Resident Manager
In terms of charm and/or adorability, the West Village is hard to beat. It’s near impossible to one-up the tangle of cobblestoned streets where most made-in-New York romantic comedies end in ardor, the cute corner where cupcakes first became a national obsession at the flagship Magnolia Bakery, the divey bars playing host to incredible jazz musicians and the endless cafes and restaurants where young couples tuck their limbs under tiny tables. And because it’s set on winding streets rather than the grid underlying most of Manhattan, the only way to know it is to wander it once and again.
A cozy haven for the obvious, plus English exports.
West Village townhome dwellers don’t always do taxis.
Organic Avenue is the morning-after answer.
A real West Villager can make stilettos and cobblestones jive.
Still delicious and celebrity-filled after more than ten years.
Peep cute pooches in Christopher Street’s Le Petit Puppy.
Magnolia cupcakes started it all.
Good for a saunter from Greenwich Ave to the Hudson.
Don’t judge it till you’ve tried it on a sunny day.
Pick up a delicious pie at John’s of Bleecker Street.
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