The collection of distinguished amenities brings an unprecedented level of sophistication and service to its residents.

Exclusive and striking, the street approach

and appeal is noticeably unique and includes an adjoining automobile bay that provides privacy and security. Whether by the light of day or the dark of night, what the strolling pedestrian sees is a sensitive and engaging design that aesthetically complements the West Village’s aesthetic.

Entering 90 Morton,

one is immediately struck by the historic character of the lobby, with its balance of textures, colors, and forms, enveloped by Venetian plastered walls and oak panels.

Such a rarefied and precious spatial designation—a sanctuary of sorts— within a contemporary building today is remarkable, and undoubtedly an ode to the building’s venerable printing past.

Adjacent is the private library

with customized bookshelves and furnishings for the quietest reclusive moments of study and contemplation.

One floor below, one encounters

the serenity of the spa pool; a sauna with private changing rooms, showers, and lockers. On the same level, families can take advantage of a customized playroom, a respite from the bustling city for tender minds and sounds of the next generation.

Located on the ground level with views onto the tree-lined street, the state-of-the art fitness center can be found, furthering moments that allow for meditation and physical exercises at the beginning or end of the day.

Crowning the building

is an expansive terrace that blankets theentire roof with extraordinary views of the city and the Hudson River, including the Statue of Liberty —a place to congregate with friends and family for an alfresco meal, or for a moment of solitude, amidst lush plantings and spectacular vistas. Accentuated by a magnificent fireplace, the roof also features a full kitchen replete with dining and lounge furniture, and a powder room.