The Palazzo Chupi is a Pompeii-red palazzo that offers five huge apartments. Located at 360 West 11th Street, the residential condominium built by artist Julian Schnabel is in the style of a Northern Italian palazzo. The building was built on top of a former horse stable, and Schnabel uses the lower four floors, the former stable, as a studio. The unique and stunning condominium is easy to spot because of its singular style and bold pink color.
The residences at Palazzo Chupi feature larger-than-life amenities and high-end finishes and fixtures. The homes have generous windows, which frame stunning city and river views. Residents can also enjoy the views from the numerous balconies the building offers. There are many spectacular instances of craftsmanship, from the cast stone and bronze railings to the fireplaces, which are themselves sculptures. The thickness of the walls ranges from one and a half to four feet thick. Tiles throughout the residences consist of cement tiles from Morocco, clay tiles from California and handmade terracotta tiles from North Carolina. The kitchens are definitely a focal feature in the residences with board and batten wood ceilings, emerald green terracotta tiles and chromium oxide green cast-concrete countertops.
The Palazzo Chupi also contains art gallery space, an indoor parking garage and a swimming pool.
The Palazzo Chupi is located at 360 West 11th Street between Washington and West Streets in the West Village section of the Greenwich Village. The Village is well known for its artistry and eclectic shopping. The area has many options for dining, shopping and entertainment. There is also nearby public transportation.