From 1 Great Jones Alley:
A window into a new era.
On the very street where Andy Warhol once lived and other artists like Basquiat and Haring exchanged ideas with musicians and writers, a new legacy is born.
THE TERRA COTTA FINS on the façade of 1 Great Jones Alley offer incredible street appeal, creating a building that is unique in the neighborhood while at the same time enhancing it by referencing features of nearby historic buildings.
AN ENVIABLE ENTRANCE One of the last Downtown alleyways preserves a secluded and private space, so rarely found in New York City.
AN ENTRANCE FROM THE ALLEY Naturally oxidizing Corten steel references the industrial past of the neighborhood, while lending an elegant, modern first impression to residents and visitors alike.
THE LOBBY The minimalist lobby area remains free of flashy fixtures or excessive furnishings. Simplicity is paramount.
THE WET SPA The private wet spa pays homage to the bathhouses that once populated this area of Downtown Manhattan, incorporating Corten steel, Venetian plaster, stone, glass and wood throughout.
THE GARDEN The petite garden serves as the lungs of the building, breathing new life into each season, with perennials, ferns, vines, shrubs and canopy trees that provide a quiet respite all year long. It’s a place to find nature, just steps from your living room.