66 East 11th Street
We’ve found the fountain of youth in Greenwich Village, and — surprise! — it costs a fountain of money.

The listings are up for 66 East 11th Street, the world’s first “WELL Certified” residences by Delos Living. The five loft-style units are priced from $14.5 million to $50 million, and they’re being marketed by none other than Dolly Lenz Real Estate.

The condos range in size from a three-bedroom measuring 3,663 square feet to a five-bedroom, four-level mansion measuring 10,701 square feet. Residences will have open living spaces, ceilings up to 15 feet and double-paned grand windows.

First built in 1897 and once home to a dress factory, the fancy-pants Italianate building has an elaborate terra-cotta facade and huge windows. Delos Living bought the property for a knee-wobbly sum of $120 million in 2011.

There will be more than 50 wellness amenities, including vitamin C-infused showers, purified air and water, posture-supportive flooring, a kitchen herbarium and “dawn simulation provided by a proprietary circadian lighting design.”

Of course, there’s a Donna Karan Urban Zen wellness concierge, elevator operators, storage space and above-the-call-of-duty parking. This development is, after all, home to the $1 million parking space, as the New York Post reported in 2012. The parking spot will have its own deed and sales contract, and it would be charged maintenance fees just as a condo would. The spot would go to the owner of the $45 million mansion or the $50 million penthouse.

Look at the teaser site. Look at the floorplans. Look at the renderings. We can’t even talk right now. In fact, we’re feeling a little ill — maybe a stint here would help?

66 East 11th living room

66 East 11th Street kitchen

66 East 11th Street bathroom

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66 East 11th PH bathroom

66 East 11th sofa

Renderings: Delos Living

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