Newlywed star tenor (and private pilot) Michael Fabiano and husband Bryan M. Fabiano, associate director of the Metropolitan Opera’s board of directors, just put their pristine Battery Park City condo at 70 Little West Street on the market for $1,195,000. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space in light while custom built-in storage solutions make the 930-square-foot one bedroom as efficient as possible.
The spacious living room boasts 11-foot ceilings and room for a dining area. The current owners added custom Hülsta storage units for a sophisticated way to stay organized. The floor to ceiling windows offer great views of the bustling neighborhood and have motorized shades. Though the art and light fixtures won’t come with the place, they give a sense of how bold, colorful pieces bring the space to life.
The kitchen is outfitted with top appliances, including a Sub-Zero fridge and freezer, and has a spacious walk-in pantry.
The bedroom fits a king-size bed. Features in the bathroom include an oversized marble tub, a separate glass-enclosed shower, and a Toto toilet. An in-unit washer and dryer add convenience.
The unit is located in the LEEDPlatinum-certified building The Visionaire. Green features include a fresh air supply and exhaust system designed to minimize allergens, humidity-controlled indoor air, and filtered water.
The building’s generous list of amenities include concierge and doorman service, a skylit indoor swimming pool and hot tub, two landscaped roof gardens with private cabanas, built-in grills and a wet bar, a state-of-the-art fitness center and spa, yoga studios, a screening room and lounge with a fireplace, a private dining area, a children’s playroom and a parking garage.
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Listing images courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Battery Park City