Normally, when the term project is used in regards to real estate, it does not imply luxury. However, at 497 Greewhich Street, also known as The Greenwich Street Project, that is certainly not the case. These SoHo condominiums were designed by famed architect Winka Dubbeldam and are filled with luxury. One of the few condos on the Far West Side close to the subway, 492 Greenwich Street balances near-waterfront living with New York City accessibility, a feature rare in much of modern Manhattan real estate.
A once abandoned warehouse, The Greenwich Street Project is now home to 11 stories of luxury condominiums. At The Greenwich Street Project, each condo for sale has elegant hardwood flooring. In the kitchen, there are high-end appliances and top-of-the-line fixtures. Bathrooms feature luxurious finishes.
The Greenwich Street Project is filled with luxurious amenities. The building has a fitness center with top-of-the-line exercise equipment. There is also a pool and sauna for residents. A private wine cellar is also found at The Greenwich Street Projects. In addition, there is a private garden to relax in and a screening room to entertain in. There is even a guest suite at The Greenwich Street Project so that residents can have guests stay with them. The asymmetrical curved steel and glass building that is The Greenwich Street Project stands out from its Soho neighbors and is a luxurious residence that appeals to all.