Located on a south-west, light-infused corner at the crossroads of Noho and the East Village, across from the Bowery Hotel at the culmination of Great Jones Street is this brand new duplex located at 347 Bowery. Surprisingly impressive views are a defining feature and both architecture and interiors are by world-acclaimed AD-100 architect Annabelle Selldorf. Developed by Urban Muse, a developer known for developing extraordinarily special buildings such as 200 Eleventh Avenue, The Chelsea Arts Tower and the Townhomes of Downing Street, this building is already a neighborhood landmark.
Enter the intimately-scaled building via a gated landscaped mews courtyard that leads to the attended lobby. World-renowned landscapers Oehme, Van Sweden Landscape Architecture have also designed the magnificent third floor viewing garden. The base of this building is clad in an elongated Belgian brick and the tower is clad in shimmering zinc. The private elevator opens directly into the duplex apartment, servicing both floors. The entry gallery leads to an impressive living/great room with a dramatic dining area featuring double-height ceilings, soaring over 20 feet in height. This south-west corner reveals open views and light all day long with dreamy sunsets best viewed from the corner balcony. A discrete custom designed oak kitchen is tucked into the north-west corner and features the finest fixtures and appliances by Miele and Sub Zero. On this floor is a powder room and a third bedroom suite that opens easily to double as a study if desired.
A handcrafted sculptural staircase made of plaster and white oak pivots upwards to ascend to the second level divided into two zones connected by a dramatic Catwalk bridge, separating the Master Suite and the second bedroom suite. The corner master suite is perched luxuriously above the riveting Noho-scape capturing the sunsets through floor-to-ceiling windows and another balcony. The windowed en suite bathroom is sleek, pure perfection. At the opposite end of this floor is the additional bedroom suite and a laundry room. All rooms are flooded with light all day long through large windows, yet there is an abundance of art walls, many purposefully shielded from direct sunlight.
The Noho/East Village setting delivers unprecedented convenience to a vast variety of retail, restaurants, entertainment, transportation and so much more, moments from newly renovated Cooper Square Park, Soho and the Lower East Side.
Immediate Occupancy. Please note the entrance is across from the Bowery Hotel on East 3rd Street.