Located at 345 West 14th Street is the newest slice of real estate on the edge of Manhattan's historic Meatpacking district. Also known as 345 MePa, this condominium structure is home to occasional modern art exhibitions that complement innovative architectural design. DDG Partners is the building's architect, builder and developer.
Upper-exterior space includes a common landscaped roof deck with views of the Hudson River, a common landscaped terrace, and a state-of-the-art rainwater collection and irrigation system. The building's entryway features a landscaped marquee that narrowly shades the custom bronze and glass gates leading to an enchanting interior. Inside, the Kolumba brick and Austrian white oak floors blanket the lobby that features vaulted ceilings, custom Lindsey Adelman lighting, and board-formed concrete with custom wood paneled walls. There is a 24-hour doorman, as well as a concierge stationed at a custom steel and brass concierge desk. The lobby also features an elevator card access security system.
The 37 one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums and several penthouses feature recessed zoned ceilings with custom milled paneling, 7 1/2" Austrian white oak plank flooring, and Italian wood or bronze windows. Artisan-styled kitchens feature honed Absolute Black granite countertops and monolithic backsplash, Dornbracht Tara fixtures in polished chrome finish, recessed halogen ceiling lighting and modern appliances.