One Jackson Square

This ultra-modern, new build condominium combines cutting edge environmentally-friendly design with the latest in contemporary interiors to provide a unique set of residences. With only 35 apartments One Jackson Square spread across its eleven floors, all of which benefit from a plethora of first-rate amenities, it has fast become one of the most sought after condominiums in the uber-trendy Meatpacking District.

The innovative, curved glass exterior of One Jackson Square announces that this building is something special but its more than just good looks. Purposefully designed with the environment in mind, it is one of the few buildings in this area of the city to have been awarded a LEED certificate by the U.S. Council of Green Buildings. The unique design of the building helps to promote both energy efficiency and air quality.

No less attention has been spent on the design of the apartments. Designer Italian Molteni kitchens feature Corian countertops, walnut cabinetry and state-of-the art appliances by Miele, Blanco and Sub-Zero. Bathrooms have been designed by renowned architect William Pedersen and feature Calcatta marble floors, double vanities, oversized jungle-style showers and soaking tubs.

As befits one of Manhattan’s most luxurious condominiums, the amenities at One Jackson Square provided for residents are world class. The fully equipped fitness center provides a full range of cardiovascular and weight equipment, in addition to spa treatments. Other facilities include an entertainment lounge, landscaped courtyard, storage rooms, 24-hour doorman, concierge and valet services.

One Jackson Square Sales & Rentals comps:

(per Streeteasy as of April 16, 2018)

Sales Listings  2 active sales ($3,995 per ft² avg, $13,400,000 avg price)

60 previous sales ($2,477 per ft² avg, $3,997,816 avg price)

  36 previous rentals ($94 per ft² avg, $11,415 avg price)


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