9 Minetta Street – New York’s Best New Townhouse


Minetta Street is located in the heart of Manhattan research Greenwich village and has always been a very special address. This is where Bob Dylan wrote his song “Blowing in the Wind”, Al Pacino’s The main character of “Serpico” lived on Minetta Street, it is the location of many movie scenes and even today fashion photographers like to use the picturesque tree-lined street for their photo shoots next to it. Minetta Park, a small oasis of greenery.

The area is protected as a historic area which generally prohibits any new construction on the block. Still, a new five-story single-family building will see completion later this year. The elegant stone facade interprets the design elements of its century-old neighbors in a refreshing, new but elegant way. Interiors exceed expectations – you wouldn’t expect a sparkling new building with elevator, gourmet kitchen, and air conditioning on this historic block.

Never before could a house like this be built there. Why now? “The city only recently decided to expand the iconic South Village area to Minetta Street and by that time we already had all of our approvals in place,” explains Christoph Haerter from H2 Architects, the architect of the building who adds: “nothing can ever be repeated.”

For all its serenity, you will find just around the corner some of the city’s liveliest restaurants and the most prestigious boutiques. Manhattan The main business district and the headquarters of Google, Amazon, Facebook or Apple are all easily accessible. New York University and some of the best public and private schools are within walking distance.

What does the house have to offer? 5 stories of space to support the unique new York lifestyle – all connected to a generously dimensioned elevator of course. The ground floor offers a large family room, with a superb fireplace; the space connects to an outdoor garden with a soothing water feature. This is where future owners can enjoy family reunions, business meetings or organize cocktails and receptions.

Upstairs, several living spaces, a music room, a gourmet kitchen and 4 bedrooms await you. At the top of the building, a private terrace with Jacuzzi and outdoor kitchen invites building residents to soak up the sun and views of the historic village with even a glimpse of the Empire State Building to the north and the Freedom Tower to the south.

Stylish materials such as special wood, marble, and corian provide an elevated living experience over 7,000 square feet, unusually large for this part of new York. “Yes, some of my clients have bought penthouses twice the size of 9 Minetta,” says Gabby Chen ([email protected]) from New York Residence Inc, the broker who has the list, “and yet even the best penthouse won’t give you the same level of privacy this building can offer.”

The high level of privacy and security has contributed to the growing value of new York row houses; even older structures experienced substantial price increases during the pandemic. Demand exceeds supply and new homes in this most historic part of new York are almost impossible to build – therefore future price increases are virtually guaranteed.

9 Minetta Street comes with another feature that is incredibly rare in the densely populated island of Manhattan: A private garage on the ground floor where you can park your car in your own building.

World famous Sean Kelly Gallery has curated a unique selection of high profile contemporary art for 9 Minetta Street and will help future owners select the right works of art to show off their taste and style.

Even before its completion, 9 Minetta Street generated a lot of interest in the world since for a city accustomed to stratospheric prices, the price is unusually fair: $ 24.8 million will purchase one of the most unique private homes in this part of the world and the only new building on new York the most historic street.

Media contact:
New York Residence Inc.
1501 Broadway, 26th Floor
New York NY 10036
Phone: +1 212 360 7000
E-mail: [email protected]
WeChat ID – gabbychennyc


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