With an entire floor of amenities to enjoy, summer is the perfect time to buy at 100 Barrow in Manhattan’s West Village. And if you want to make the most of the dog days of summer, a select number of two- and four-bedroom residences are available for immediate occupancy.

100 Barrow was developed by Toll Brothers City Living. It was designed by Barry Rice Architects, with interiors by Brooklyn-based Bernheimer Architecture. 100 Barrow has a total of 26 unique modern residences offering panoramic views of the historic neighborhood with floor-to-ceiling windows.

Open-plan living and dining spaces make entertaining effortless. Bathrooms and kitchens showcase custom-designed fixtures, crafted in Brooklyn by artisanal plumbing manufacturer, Watermark Designs.

And, 100 Barrow’s homes feature many exquisite design details, including veined grey marble walls and high-quality wide-plank white oak flooring that runs throughout — creating a clean, crisp look.

Among 100 Barrow’s exquisite amenities are a wine cellar with tasting room, a pet spa, plus a pantry and entertaining kitchen. The residents’ lounge and terrace provides the perfect setting for summer get-togethers with its stunning city views.

The historic West Village is home to some of the city’s most renown art houses, including The Cherry Lane Theatre and the IFC Center. Choice eateries include the world-famous Magnolia Bakery and Barbuto, which is housed in a former parking garage.

Guaranteed good times are bound to be had at one of the West Village’s many bars, including the historic Stonewall Inn and the city’s oldest (and one of the most infamous) watering holes, the White Horse Tavern.

Interested homebuyers can call call 212 488 0009 or email to arrange a visit to the sales gallery.

The best time to buy is now, so call to schedule your visit to 100 Barrow’s model residences today.

Inventory is limited, so don’t miss your chance to buy in this one-of-a-kind building and live in one of the city’s most thrilling and iconic neighborhoods.

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