At the confluence of SoHo, Tribeca, and the West Village lies the Urban Glass House, which is notable because it was the last building designed by world-renowned architect Philip Johnson. Standing out amongst the brick lofts and nineteenth-century architecture for which the neighborhood is so well known, the Urban Glass House's glass cubes are home to 40 luxurious, contemporary condominiums. Located at 330 Spring Street, the Urban Glass House is at the heart of this thriving area, with numerous restaurants and boutiques abound. With subway service only a few blocks down the street, the Urban Glass House is poised to become an attraction in its own right.
As its almost entirely glass exterior suggests, each condo for sale at the Urban Glass House has floor-to-ceiling windows, bringing with them vast amounts of natural light that fill open floor plans and large spaces with ten-foot ceilings. Equally impressive are the views from 330 Spring Street that overlook Tribeca and much of Lower Manhattan. Hints of Tribeca's industrial past are present throughout every Urban Glass House condo for sale, with small incandescent-shaped pendant lights accentuating black granite counters. Sleek lines characterize every bathroom, with a contrasting light and dark theme throughout.
Although one could easily argue that the Urban Glass House's best amenity is its location (who wouldn't want to live in such a quintessentially Manhattan neighborhood?), what the Urban Glass House offers to its guests is certainly notable. Full-time doorman and concierge services are just the beginning, as residents have access to bicycle storage that comes in handy for those rides down the recently-created Hudson River bike trail, personal washer and dryer units, and a private fitness center and yoga studio. 330 Spring Street is at the forefront of modern, luxury condominium living and New York City is only beginning to catch up.