A COLLECTION OF 14 INTERLOCKING VILLAS DESIGNED BY
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“EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING IS COMPLETELY BESPOKE TO THIS PROJECT. THE WAY WE THOUGHT ABOUT IT WAS LIKE WE HAVE THESE INDIVIDUAL VILLAS THAT ARE STACKED AND INTERLOCKING BETWEEN THE BUILDING, WHICH IS REALLY UNIQUE.”
THE MOST EXCITING NEW PROJECT IN LOWER MANHATTAN
199 Chrystie is composed of just fourteen bespoke one, two, and three-bedroom units including a pair of sublime penthouses designed for up to six-bedrooms with large terraces. Designed by renowned designer, Thomas Juul-Hansen, the building hovers over the treetops of Sara D. Roosevelt Park and possesses a level of timeless architectural detail and significance that speaks to the grit and vibrancy of the Lower East Side.
RESIDENCES WERE DESIGNED TO EVOKE A STRONG SENSE OF WARMTH AND BELONGING, BLENDING A CURATED COLLECTION OF ORGANIC ELEMENTS TO ENHANCE TIMELESS LAYOUTS THAT MAXIMIZE SPACE AND NATURAL LIGHT.
GIVEN THAT, WE HAVE EXPOSED CONCRETE AND MASSIVE PIECES OF GLASS FACING THE PARK. I WANTED TO DESIGN SOMETHING THAT HAD THE AMOUNT OF VIEWS AND NATURAL LIGHT THAT A GLASS BUILDING OFFERS. WE WANTED TO HAVE SOMETHING THAT GAVE IT A SOUL AND A CHARACTER, AND IT REALLY COULD BE PART OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD.”