135 West 11th Street Greenwich Village, New York New York 10011

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This $25 million Greenwich Village townhouse is the first to be completed at The Greenwich Lane, the five building, five townhouse project between 11th and 12th Streets and off Seventh Avenue.

The brick and limestone house, at 135 West 11th Street, spans 7,000-square-feet of interior space, 1,200-square-feet of private outdoor space and comes with underground access to parking and all of The Greenwich Lane’s amenities.

Two of the five townhouses sold during construction and according to press materials, there are just six residences remaining in all of The Greenwich Lane, which launched with 200 residences.

Among those to have bought in the building are Howard Schultz, the CEO of Starbucks, who paid just over $40 million for a duplex, plus Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon and actor Michael C. Hall.

The five-bedroom home has been furnished by Rafael de Cárdenas, who said in a press release, "the five-story home was designed around the principle of a vertical chromatic temperature gradient. The open curve of the central stairway — illuminated by the large skylight at its peak and suited, along with its branching corridors, to the display of artworks — traverses an ascending sequence of tonal suites. The earthen reds and warm peach hues of the garden and parlor levels give way to the subdued grays of the master suite, the playful greens of the children’s level, and the cool blues of the penthouse."

Corcoran are handling sales.

Unit Details:
Property TypeTownhouse
Size 6,998 ft²
Price Per ft² $3,572
Monthly Taxes $14,229