Greenwich Goes Industrial: Apartments in the Karl Fischer-Designed Nathaniel Now Up for Rent
Twelfth Street residents are about to get a flurry of new neighbors, as The Nathaniel launches leasing for its rentals today. The nine-floor building offers up 85 light-filled residences ranging from studios to three-bedrooms—all boasting some pretty nice living space. Though ‘Greenwich Village’ and ‘luxury homes’ pretty much go hand in hand these days, The Nathaniel brings a new typology for living to the neighborhood with an industrial exterior conceived by Karl Fischer, and modern interiors by McCartan.
Inside the apartments keep a clean and contemporary aesthetic with high gloss cabinetry with wenge wood details. Sleek caesarstone and built-in appliances will keep things from looking cluttered, even with the most eccentric of chefs, and even within the smaller studios of The Nathaniel.
All apartments also feature white oak floors, generous closet space and individual washer and dryers, with private terraces for some. But if you’re not lucky enough to secure a pad with some of that coveted outdoor space, don’t fret, the building hosts a ‘Sunset Deck’ complete with a reflecting pool.
The Nathaniel is located in Manhattan’s “Best 10-Block Radius,” and enjoys all the perks of its locale just steps away. And as an added bonus for those moving in, the Westside Market expected to open up downstairs at the ground floor of the building—a godsend for anyone knows the sweat and tears that come with lugging 50-pounds of groceries for blocks on end.
Studios start from $3,345, one bedrooms from $4,615, two bedrooms from $6,950, and three bedrooms from $10,950. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handing the leasing of the units, which will be move-in ready August 15th.