Renovated Warehouse in New York City Features 40 Luxurious Residences

Built in the 1800s, the brick-and-granite building now houses charming residences…

A historic West Village warehouse built in the 1800s has been resurrected as the Shephard, a luxurious 40-residence building. Naftali Group, a Manhattan-based real-estate-development firm, breathed new life into the Romanesque Revival warehouse located at 275 West 10th Street. After hiring architect Beyer Blinder Belle to restore the building to its original stature, the firm tapped husband-and-wife design team John and Christine Gachot of Gachot Studios to create warm, inviting interiors.

“Most units are unique, with individually considered floor plans,” says Christine Gachot. “This is not a typical condominium, with the same layouts running up the building. Each residence is its own home.” Potential buyers can choose from a studio, a five-bedroom apartment, or one of three penthouses. The penthouses boast amenities like large terraces with outdoor kitchens, great rooms, and libraries. Standard residences feature living rooms with half-moon windows overlooking the city, spacious kitchens with center islands, and bathrooms with walk-in showers and deep soaking tubs.

Home owners will also enjoy access to a gym, a lounge, steam rooms and a sauna, a Pilates studio, a game room, a library, and a private garden. Situated near the Hudson River and the Hudson River Greenway, the residences offer easy access to an array of New York City attractions. The units range from around $5 million to $29.5 million. (Inquiries: 212.995.1010, info@275w10.com; 275w10.com)

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