Developed by Ranger Properties and KD Sagamore Capital, 199 Chrystie is a ground-up development featuring 14 upscale, interlocking villas in Lower Manhattan.
The interiors are designed by renowned Danish architect, Thomas Juul-Hansen based in New York City. The units, ranging from oversized one bedrooms to expansive six bedroom penthouses, are contemporary and timeless using lots of natural and sustainable material.
All of the natural stone at 199 Chrystie was sourced, supplied and installed by Classic Stone. The scope of work for the residences included the kitchens, primary bathrooms, secondary bathrooms, powder rooms and floor-to-ceiling fireplaces in the penthouse units. The materials consist of a curated collection of marble and quartzite sourced primarily from Brazil, Turkey and Greece.
In the kitchens a light beige cross-cut honed quartzite was used for the countertops and backsplashes that pairs beautifully with the white oak cabinetry. Marble was used for the walls, countertops, showers and soaking tub surround in the primary bathrooms. The surfaces in the secondary bathrooms are a combination of dolomite and marble with a gray and white color palette for a light and airy space. The powder rooms are a bit more moody with a carved quartzite vessel sink and matching floor tiles.
The two penthouse units feature floor to ceiling marble fireplaces in the main living space. Classic Stone also provided furnish and install services for the lobby, cellar floor and laundry rooms.
All final material adjustments were completed at Classic Stone’s local fabrication shop.