At the heart of The Printing House’s transformation is the private mews. This block-long, inventively landscaped garden expanse, newly created by Gunn Landscape Architecture, gives residents the luxury of a private place to unwind right outside their door.
A modern take on a West Village staple, the mews is a living, changing, year-round opportunity for residents to leave the rush of the city and relax in a shaded oasis within the urban landscape. The pathways are woven with in-ground planting beds, brimming with woodland varieties, and punctuated with growing walls and sculptural benches. Each plant has been carefully considered to give the mews an evolving sense of life and color throughout the seasons.
Two newly-built townhouses embody the industrial modernism of The Printing House, as well as the luxurious details of classic city townhouses. These four-bedroom, five-level homes offer a truly expansive way of living, featuring private elevators, rooftop terraces, floor-to-ceiling windows and gas-burning fireplaces.
In each 4,200 square foot residence, kitchens, living and dining areas feature windows that open onto the lush and private mews, allowing for fresh garden air and views of the foliage. This is modern townhouse living with all the benefits of a full-service condominium building — a rare find in the West Village.
Every residence has been individually designed. No two homes are exactly alike, exuding the attention-to-detail quality of a custom residence. Each has been infused with a luxury that complements the grand scale of the building, while respecting its industrial heritage.
The open plan allows the kitchens to be a central focus of each home. Designed with Caesarstone countertops and Timeline cabinetry, workshop/apd’s signature line for Aster Cucine, and featuring appliances by Wolf and Sub-Zero, every patina, texture, and finish gives off a sense of warm industrial modernism.