Amoeba-Like Floorplans for Herzog & de Meuron’s 160 Leroy Revealed
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Amoeba-Like Floorplans for Herzog & de Meuron’s 160 Leroy Revealed

December 10, 2015

When you work in the real estate field, looking at floorplans can get a bit monotonous–rectangular box, square rooms, maybe a patio if you’re lucky. But every once in a while, you’ll see some schematics that cause pause, like these amoeba-shaped floorplans at Herzog & de Meuron’s 160 Leroy (h/t Curbed).

The 15-story, glassy West Village building has 49 condos, ranging from a $2.6 million one-bedroom unit to a $25 million penthouse. Depending where they’re located along the undulating facade, the interior layouts can be long and windy or compact and curving.

160 Leroy-North 9B

160 Leroy-South 5B

160 Leroy-North 9A

160 Leroy-South 5C

160 Leroy-South 4A

Seven listings with floorplans were made available, including a 1,096-square-foot one bedroom (the floorplan directly above) and a 5,745-square-foot, five-bedroom penthouse (the lead image of the post).

 

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The interior renderings provide another look at how the sweeping glass curtain walls translate. They also showcase the incredible views downtown and across the Hudson, the ground-floor courtyard, and the pool.

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Curbed notes that half the building was sold just two weeks after sales launched, and completion is slated for 2016. Stay up to date on 160 Leroy at CityRealty.

[Via Curbed]

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