160 Leroy Street
160 Leroy Street, New York, NY, 10014
Viacheslav Kiselev
Your Realtor
$5,395,000—$20,000,000
7 apartments
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160 Leroy offers 57 one of a kind residences conceptualized by Ian Schrager and designed by Herzog & de Meuron. Inspired by the philosophy of the great Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, 160 Leroy is exactly as Niemeyer describes: curvaceous, sensual, free-flowing, seductive and sexy.
Expect more from
your new home
Just imagine: all what you need for the comfortable life in the one place.
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160 Leroy Street
160 Leroy Street, New York, NY, 10014

Your realtor
Viacheslav Kiselev is an established sales professional and has a strong knack for negotiations. Prior to pursuing a career in real estate, Viacheslav worked as a business development and marketing manager for over ten years and owned his own moving company Douglas Elliman Real Estate in New York City. His clients have come to depend on and appreciate his considerable expertise and knowledge of the New York real estate market and his undivided attention and support through the process of selling, buying, investing, or renting.
The total amount of real estate transactions completed
by Douglas Elliman Real Estate company in 2017
27 BILLION
$
Your Lawyer
Gabriella Volshteyn is a founder and a managing attorney of Volshteyn & Associates.
Mrs. Volshteyn has acquired a great deal of business, corporate, real estate and practice knowledge over the years to be recognized as an influential voice among her peers. She brings that breadth of experience to her clients at every step of the process. She also guides her clients through the decision-making process as they determine which strategies will be most advantageous for reaching their goals.
The total amount of real estate transactions completed
by Volshteyn & Associates.
1 BILLION
$
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