Architect Dan Meis is used to designing big sports activities and leisure complexes — just like the Staples Heart, house to the Los Angeles Lakers — in California.
However at house, he scales considerably, nicely, smaller.
He’s put his Greenwich Village digs available on the market for $1.5 million.
The charming pied-à-terre, at 101 W. twelfth St., is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op. It’s inside a constructing often known as the John Adams, which was in-built 1961.
Meis purchased the co-op for $1.4 million in 2016.
The unit comes with a house workplace nook, built-in bookcases and an 11-foot window.
The big bed room boasts street-facing treetop views.
The residence additionally comes with 4 giant customized closets, motorized blackout shades and drapes — and a 200-square-foot terrace for al fresco eating.
Constructing facilities embrace a motorcycle room, a package deal room and a planted roof deck.
The itemizing dealer is Corcoran’s Kane Manera.