A gorgeous Greenwich Village duplex designed by French-Moroccan fashion designer, Yigal Azrouël, has just hit the market, listed at $5.895 million. The 3,000-square-foot residence spans the 2nd and 3rd floors of an 1842 Greek Revival townhouse at 121 Waverly Place, having been gutted and entirely redone by Azrouël himself.
This was Azrouël’s first time executing an interior design project of this scale—he is well-known for his minimalist and fresh, natural take on fashion, gaining inspiration for his designs within the actual physical structure of New York City.
Azrouël’s work is impeccably sleek and cutting-edge, evident in the home’s newly renovated design. The space is a minimalist’s dream, with 13’ ceilings, floor to ceiling south-facing windows, a custom steel-framed floating staircase, and vast, open living spaces equipped with simple, yet sharp and stylish furnishings. With modern accents of brick, wood, and steel, the residence achieves the perfect balance of texture and freshness while still preserving a classic Greenwich Village townhouse feel.
The duplex also boasts 4 fireplaces, a luxurious windowed chef’s kitchen, and a 470-square-foot private deck amid plenty of greenery. It is ideally located only a block away from Washington Square Park on a charming Greenwich Village street.
The property is listed with Robert Dankner, president of Prime Manhattan Residential.