The West Village is a place where the streets are so tiny, so isolated from the hubbub of the rest of the city; they have managed to stay trapped in a time warp. It’s a neighborhood that combines new with old in the areas of architecture, culture, dining and shopping.
The d’Orsay sits at the top of the historic West Village, giving it easy access to the Meatpacking District, the High Line and Chelsea.
Designed by Jacques Garcia, famous for his luxurious eye, the d’Orsay is twenty-one magnificent New York residences available from one- to four-bedroom layouts.
Considered one the most influential designers of modern times, Garcia’s unmatched talent has earned him a spot on Architectural Digest’s top 100 architecture and design professionals.
Amenities include a full-time concierge, rooftop garden, fitness center, drawing room, private storage and a spa with a plunge pool, steam room and treatment room.