Bordering the West Village and the Meat Packing District, The Gansevoort Condominium is a private enclave with a classic look. This pre-war, 7 story building sits on 321 West 14th Street, right between 2 of Manhattan's trendiest neighborhoods, both of which have some of the best nightlife, shopping, and restaurants in New York City. Originally built in 1907, this converted condominium has only 24 units - that's 3 per floor - and all of them are spacious, luxurious examples of great Manhattan condos.
The classic exterior belies the sleek, modern design of the apartments within. Most feature 12ft-high ceilings, a wood burning fireplace, and oak hardwood floors. All of them have a washer and dryer and luxurious, spa-like master baths. This elevator condo has only 3 apartments on each floor for a reason: they are all expansive and much larger than most other condominiums in that area, or in all of Manhattan, for that matter.
This pet-friendly Manhattan condo also has video intercom for security and privacy, not to mention a large common roof deck with panoramic views of the city. The Gansevoort is also in close proximity to multiple subway and bus lines. This exclusive neighborhood in a coveted, exciting part of Manhattan offers a unique experience that most luxury condos can't provide.