100_barrow_exterior Toll Brothers City Living celebrated the opening of its new Manhattan co-op development, 100 Barrow, with a reception at its sales office last month.

Situated on one of Manhattan’s famous cobblestone streets in the West Village, 100 Barrow overlooks the Gardens of St. Luke in the Fields, considered one of Manhattan’s “hidden gems.” It’s also a block away from Hudson River Park, a 550-acre park that stretches from Battery Park downtown to West 59th Street.

Residents will be enticed by the countless dining and shopping choices that await in West Village, like Magnolia Bakery on 11th Street, White Horse Tavern and Marc Jacobs on Bleecker Street and Catherine Angiel’s flagship store on Greenwich Avenue. First-rate Off-Broadway shows play at the nearby renowned Barrow Street Theatre and Cherry Lane Theatre.

100 Barrow Model Scale model of 100 Barrow. Photo: ©Jill Lotenberg

100 Barrow will stand at 12 stories with architecture by Barry Rice Architects. The development’s 33 residences will feature spacious living areas across the one- to four-bedroom floorplans. Windows are oversized or floor-to-ceiling, allowing for plenty of natural light.

Barrow wine cellar and tasting There’s no shortage of amenities at 100 Barrow either. Oenophiles will get a lot of use out of the wine cellar, complete with a tasting area. Every resident receives their own keyed wine storage closet to stock with their favorite vintages.

Pet owners can easily bathe their pets in 100 Barrow’s pet spa, while kids can play safely in the children’s playroom.

Active residents can workout in the fitness room, and enjoy use of the steam room and sauna after a rigorous workout. Convenient bicycle storage makes cycling in the city a breeze.

100 Barrow is scheduled for completion in 2017. Sales for available units range in price from $4,667,990 to $11,809,990.

The sales gallery is located at 426 West 15th Street on the fifth floor.

For more information on 100 Barrow, visit 100barrow.com or call 212 488 0009.

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