100 Barrow is finely crafted A Landmark Address A Gracious Neighbor
  • Finely Crafted.

    Exquisitely detailed brickwork and deep-set windows edged with handsome bronze lintels and sills offer a clean, contemporary take on the historic architecture of neighboring townhouses.

  • A Landmark Address.

    Striking yet understated architecture that speaks to both past and present makes a graceful addition to the historic West Village neighborhood.

  • A Gracious Neighbor.

    The elgantly proportioned brick and glass exterior of 100 Barrow, scaled in harmony with its surroundings and inspired by the traditional architecture of the historic West Village, fits seamlessly into the neighborhood.

Architecture.


Elegantly timeless yet contemporary, the residences of 100 Barrow are a graceful addition to the historic surroundings of St. Luke in the Fields. Developed by Toll Brothers City Living to harmonize with the historic fabric of Manhattan's oldest landmark district, the residences draw inspiration from classical Renaissance precedents as well as traditional West Village homes.

Barry Rice Architects designed the building with a base of brick laid in a traditional Flemish bond pattern that echoes the facades of the neighboring townhouses and church. Deep-set windows detailed with finely crafted bronze lintels and sills will weather naturally to the same patina as the handsome copper detailing of the neighborhood's historic buildings. Six additional levels wrapped in a mullionless curtain wall edged in rich, handsome brass float above the six-story brick base like a diaphanous glass campanile anchoring the cloister gardens.