Mint Village 1 Bedroom
Rare and meticulously renovated one bedroom, one bath corner unit, centrally located in the heart of Greenwich Village. This one of a kind home features a spacious corner living room showcasing sun-soaked south and west exposures over tree-lined 10th Street and University Place, with views of gorgeous pre-war buildings and townhouses. With four oversized brand-new windows, accented with custom marble window sills, this quiet and bright space is your retreat in the city, with ample room for relaxation, entertaining, and dining.
The living room was designed with red oak hardwood floors, custom shelving and cabinetry, and hidden through-wall A/C. Custom-fitted, oversized California closets throughout provide ample storage. Silhouette shades maximize the light while allowing for privacy. The fully-renovated kitchen includes state of the art Sub-Zero and Miele appliances and custom cabinetry, and is tastefully finished with Waterworks tiles, Italian Okite countertops, and Grohe fixtures. There is also a separate windowed dining area.
The spacious bedroom offers a south-facing exposure and also features double-sized custom closets and overhead lighting. The bathroom was fully renovated and finished to the highest standards of design and function, including a new pocket door for added space, a frameless Starphire ultra-clear glass shower, custom floating Caesarstone vanity, Waterworks fixtures, marble mosaic floor and wall tiles, and recessed medicine cabinets.
The sought-after Albert was originally built in 1882 by the acclaimed architectural firm of Henry J Hardenbergh, known for also designing The Plaza. It was soon converted into a hotel and then returned to its original glory as an apartment cooperative in 1985. This full-time doorman and elevator building has a stunning fully-furnished and landscaped roof deck overlooking the Village. Pied-a-terre and pets are allowed with board approval. Located on the northeast corner of University Place and 10th Street, the location is in close proximity to Union Square, Washington Square Park, and a long array of popular restaurants and shopping with access to virtually every subway line in the system.