On The Avenue

Toll Brothers City Living Hosts Grand Opening Celebration

Monday, September 26, 2016

Toll Brothers City Living, the urban development division of Toll Brothers Inc., the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, hosted an intimate reception to celebrate the grand opening of the sales gallery for 100 Barrow, a new 12-story, 33-unit residential co-op, located in the heart of West Village’s Landmark District.

Brokers and special guests were invited to experience the well crafted detailing and handsome materials of the homes at 100 Barrow, artfully displayed throughout the gallery in posh living spaces. 100 Barrows features one-to-four bedroom residences with open-plan living and dining areas, oversized or floor-to-ceiling windows and over nine-foot ceiling heights.

The building is situated at the corner of Barrow and Greenwich Streets, just a block from the tree-lined Hudson River Park. The building was designed to fit well into its historic surrounding, with architectural details including a well-proportioned brick and glass exterior designed by Barry Rice architects.

The building’s interior features a list of luxurious amenities including a 24-hour attended lobby, a fitness room, a steam room and sauna, a children’s playroom and a pet spa. Residents also have the privilege of experiencing the outdoors with a lobby-level common terrace. The pièce de résistance of the building would have to be the amenity level wine cellar and tasting room. The vaulted space is lined with white oak wrapped in walls of bold granite, where reach resident will have a keyed wine storage closet. Adjacent is a gracious dining area and residents’ lounge. There is also a laundry room, and bicycle and basement storage.

Guests at the event included Brittany Momah, Debi Lupo-Fieldman, Jeff Silverstein, Anne Snee, Maria Walker, William D. Eichman, Justin Donato, Robert Clark, Melody Botton and Josh Gelb.

Visit 100 Barrow’s website at 100barrow.com.

All photos by Jill Lotenberg.


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