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The Robert A.M. Stern designed building occupies the same location as the original Superior Ink building that was built in 1919. This brick and stone condominium, which was completed in 2007, has 17 floors and 68 units. They have floor to ceiling windows and great views of the Hudson River. The building occupies one of the last river front locations available on the Hudson River for new construction. There is a doorman, a concierge, a garage, storage and a full health club. Renting, corporate ownership, pied a terres, and washers and dryers are allowed at the building. There is a double height lobby as you enter, and the building is registered as a Leed certified building.
Included at 400 West 12th street are the finest amenities available. They range from a fully equipped health club with pilates and yoga room to a private screening room, an entertainment lounge, and a children's playroom. There is a 24 hour doorman and concierge, and a 24 hour valet service too. It is fully wired for high speed internet and has both storage rooms, and a bicycle room as well.
With spectacular sunsets, floor to ceiling windows, some terraces, gourmet kitchens and luxury baths, The Superior Ink building has garnered lots of interest. Top of the line fixtures like Subzero, Viking, and Bosh are the type of kitchens you'll find. Add luxury baths to that and you have great mix for a great building.
It's tough to beat living in Greenwich Village with all of the amazing things to do. The shopping is great with Balduccis, and of course dont miss Magnolias Bakery, or perhaps you want to stop by and enjoy some music at a local caberet. It's all here. In addition, just a couple of blocks away are Soho and Tribeca, with great restaurants and art galleries to peak your interest.