The Shephard, located at 275 West 10th Street was constructed in 1896, making it a longstanding component of the West Village. The stately twelve-story building represents one of the finest examples of turn of the century industrial construction, and has been thoughtfully restored to become one of the most sought after residential buildings in Manhattan. The original interior workings, walls, windows and mechanical systems of the building have been replaced with brand new and completely upgraded infrastructure, technology and interior finishes.
The Shephard takes its place in a community with strong roots. Keeping the original facade of the building was key to seamlessly blending The Shephard with its environs. There’s a solid, honest quality to the building; it feels as if it’s always been part of the neighborhood.
With interiors designed by Gachot Studios, The Shephard couples warm modern design with the most beautiful traditional materials to accentuate the building’s distinguished character. Comprised of thirty-eight apartments including three extraordinary penthouses, the building has been completely renovated to the highest modern standards, restoring the original façade and large arched windows, that reveal beautiful views. Inside, grand layouts feature solid oak floors in a classic herringbone pattern with the original barrel-vaulted ceilings. Naftali Group extended the building’s plan by repurposing a small parcel adjacent to the property to a carriage house inspired glass and steel lobby with a private garden.WEBSITE
Residents enjoy amenities including a 24-hour attended lobby with direct access to the private landscaped garden, a mahogany-paneled library curated by premier book publisher Assouline, basketball court and bouldering wall, fitness center with a private pilates room, a luxurious spa with separate men’s and women’s steam rooms, a golf simulator and screening room, a stunning lounge and an art room. The Shephard reflects the perfect combination of the romance of a wonderful old building and the distinct pleasure of living in something brand new.