166 Perry Street, located on a historic cobblestone street in the West Village, makes use of modernist design to help distinguish itself from surrounding condominiums. The facade of 166 Perry Street fades in and out to attempt to provide sweeping views to the outside, while still keeping private life on the inside. Condominiums at 166 Perry Street look out to the Hudson River.
Along with the modernist design, the developers of 166 Perry Street wanted to make sure that it also had all of the modern luxuries that are expected for comfortable living. Bedrooms and living areas have wide-plank plank flooring. Ceilings range in height from ten feet to twelve feet. The kitchens have top of the line appliances from Sub-Zero. Bathrooms have radiant-heat flooring as well as both a shower and a soaking tub.
Walking past the doorman and into the lobby at 166 Perry Street is truly an experience. Residents immediately enter a world of contemporary design that is filled with aluminum and white Corian. Also found within the lobby is a 24 hour concierge service. 166 Perry Street has a state-of-the-art fitness center. One of the more unique amenities that 166 Perry Street has is room-service and pantry stocking from Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Perry Street restaurant. With modernist design and high-end amenities on top of a great, historic location, it is not surprising how popular 166 Perry Street has become.