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Urban Glass House, 330 Spring Street, between Greenwich Street & Washington Street


Urban Glass House, 330 Spring Street, between Greenwich Street & Washington Street

The Urban Glass House was designed by Philip Johnson as a tribute to his modernist roots.  The interiors were designed by renowned architect Annabelle Selldorf, the combination of these powerhouse architects makes this 40-unit condominium building an art form in itself. Urban Glass House is a luxury, well-managed intimate, 12 story condominiums with the Penthouse occupying the 12th floor. Full-time doorman, superintendent, handyman and porter deliver high quality service. There a well-equipped fitness room and yoga room on the second floor. Additional features include storage bins and bike room. Located in West Village and Tribeca, this Spring Street masterpiece is within walking distance to downtown’s hippest shopping and restaurants.


Renowned architects Philip Johnson and Alan Ritchie designed the Urban Glass house, which contains 39 units and a penthouse. Apartments feature tall ceilings and full-height windows; customs kitchens have stainless steel appliances and bathrooms are equipped with modern fixtures. Residents also have access to a remote-controlled system that allows them to wirelessly open and close the computerized windows shades.


Urban Glass House, which is the last residence Johnson designed before his death, overlooks the Hudson River at the intersection of north Tribeca and South Soho. Its amenities include a bicycle storage room, a fitness center, an attendant lobby, and concierge service and a live-in superintendent. It is close to Tribeca’s restaurant and SoHo’s retail shops and public transportation.


Neighborhood : SoHo


SoHo is the neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City, notable for being the location of many artists' lofts and art galleries, to movie stars and for the wide variety of stores and shops ranging from trendy boutiques to outlets of upscale national and international chain stores. Read more…


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