One hundred and sixteen years after its first opening, the historic public bath house at 139 Huron is reimagined for contemporary life by Meshberg Group with a new vision of urban reuse. Reborn as the Bath Haus, the iconic address’ interior residences not only preserve the rich history of New York City and Architect Louis H. Voss’ legacy, but also celebrate the future of the vibrant Greenpoint neighborhood.
Meshberg Group’s design evokes a sense of visual continuity that draws from the building’s immediate exterior facade as well as the broader surrounding environs of its locale in historic Greenpoint. While the sturdy and austere lines of the overall concept broadcast an aggressive modernity, an observer need not look too closely to witness the finer, more nuanced details of the story that 139 Huron has become in its new chapter.
This 9 unit condominium building will boast the finest materials and design elements from Italian white marbles to European oak. Complete cohesion from the exterior to the interior, the design supports modern living is a historical context.