At 7th Avenue South in Greenwich Village stands the unique heptagonal structure of The Luminary. The architecture provides a dynamic design and multiple exposures throughout its five stories.
The building is enhanced by its warm modern interiors. It consists of two commercial units on the ground floor, four residential apartments and one penthouse duplex. The developers succeeded in providing attention to detail with its quality materials, such as the continuous wide-plank white oak floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. The bedrooms are situated at the rear area of the building where there is less noise from the outside.
For those apartments with a master suite, residents can also take advantage of a balcony and a European spa-style bathroom installed with a steam shower. These also have an extra room—a glass-enclosed area which can be flexibly converted to a home office or guest room. These units also open to two roof terraces with unobstructed views of Manhattan, including the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings.
Other amenities include the centralized heat/air conditioning system, pre-wiring for internet connections and an installed video security system including a virtual doorman.