Toll Brothers City Living’s 100 Barrow is now officially 80 percent sold. Set in one of Manhattan’s oldest landmarked neighborhoods, the modern building’s design reflects the West Village’s vibrant history and culture.

100 Barrow was designed by Barry Rice Architects, with interiors by Brooklyn-based Bernheimer Architecture. It houses a total of 26 distinct residences, ranging in two- to four-bedroom floorplans set among the tranquil gardens of St. Luke in the Fields.

Residences offer panoramic views of the historic neighborhood with floor-to-ceiling windows. Open-plan living and dining spaces make entertaining effortless.

100 Barrow’s homes feature thoughtful design details like veined grey marble walls that feel timeless and modern at the same time. Wide-plank white oak flooring runs throughout, offering a clean, crisp look.

Bathrooms and kitchens showcase custom-designed fixtures, crafted in Brooklyn by artisanal plumbing manufacturer, Watermark Designs.

There’s an entire floor of luxury amenities for residents to explore and enjoy, most notably a wine cellar and tasting room, pet spa, and a pantry and entertaining kitchen. An indoor children’s playroom makes every day a play day, no matter what time of year it is.

The residents’ lounge and terrace makes hosting get-togethers a breeze, and provides stunning views.

100 Barrow’s lobby is fully attended 24/7.

“Buyers are drawn to 100 Barrow because of the limited opportunity to own new construction in one of the oldest, most desirable neighborhoods in New York City,” said David Von Spreckelsen, the New York Division President of Toll Brothers City Living, in a press release.

The West Village is home to some of the city’s most reputable art houses, including The Cherry Lane Theatre and the IFC Center. Choice eateries include the famous Magnolia Bakery and The Spotted Pig. There’s also no shortage of bars in the West Village, including the historic Stonewall Inn and White Horse Tavern, one of the city’s oldest watering holes.

100 Barrow’s model residence is now open.

Interested homebuyers can call call 212 488 0009 or email to arrange a viewing.

Remaining residences are sure to sell quickly. Don’t miss your chance to buy in this beautiful building and neighborhood where history comes alive at every turn.

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