A gut renovation combined two apartments to create a half-floor, 4-room, two-bath home reconfigured and brought to life by architects Ogawa Depardon. This is a space designed for dinner parties and quiet reflection, in the heart of the West Village. No detail has been overlooked. The sleek, open Scavolini kitchen features a showcase island, highlighted by white glass panels and Caesarstone countertops. Top-of-the-line appliances including Miele range and oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator, with a wine cooler to complete the space. The large pantry has also been equipped with a Miele washer/dryer. A smart and convenient study is outfitted with custom storage, built to be closed off with sliding doors. The master suite is the ideal place to relax and unwind. The stunning four-piece master bath is distinguished by Nero Marquino marble floors, soaking tub by Blu Bathworks, and Waterworks fixtures. A custom walk-in closet was created for meticulous clothing storage. East-facing views over private gardens from the bedroom complete the experience. The second full bath is equally as luxurious with marble floors and Hansgrohe fixtures. Additional behind-the-scenes upgrades include newly installed central air conditioning and the addition of insulation and sound proofing in the walls. 373 Bleecker St. is an intimate cooperative with plans for a shared roof deck and additional storage available for rent. Located between Charles and Perry St, it is surrounded by boutique shops, restaurants, and is a short distance to subway and the Hudson River Greenway.