Apartment 2C at 622 Greenwich Street is 2,150 square feet of traditional loft space in the heart of the West Village, which is a truly rare commodity these days. This masterpiece in both design and scale was created by the combined creativity of Dean/Wolf architects and interior designer Tse Yun Chu. Entering the Stafford Mews provides a European feel with its open-air atrium amidst a turn of the century converted factory. Entering apartment 2C you are greeted with a generous foyer lined with industrial cold rolled steel and a wall of custom closets creating tremendous storage and a chic first impression. High ceilings and hand-troweled and polished concrete floors run throughout the entire loft creating an exceptional and quintessential New York loft experience and feel. The open-concept space is perfect for comfortable and luxurious living and lavish entertaining. The living area is gracious and warm while expansive. The separate dining area easily accommodates a 10-person table with room to move, breathe, celebrate, and entertain. A separate loggia, with eastern courtyard exposures, is unique to this loft at Stafford Mews offering the convertible, covered outdoor space everyone is seeking right now. Art enthusiasts will cherish the endless wall space to display your finest pieces. There is even a custom-built, hidden art storage closet. Wine enthusiasts will covet the approximately 2,000-bottle temperature-controlled cellar. The open kitchen is abundant in both size and style. Custom cabinetry lines the entire space with poured concrete counters and lit, frosted glass cabinet doors for silhouette-like displays. The top-of-the-line appliance package includes a professional series six-burner Viking range, hood, a large SubZero Fridge, and a Bosch dishwasher, all clad in stainless steel, and an integrated Fisher & Paykal dishwasher drawer, all of which add to the chic industrial loft feel of this residence. Built-in seating created from additional poured concrete extends from the kitchen throughout the loggia. A completely separate living area sits on the opposite end of the loft, which is ideal for a den, media room, or additional bedrooms. A separate home office separates the media room from the primary suite which boasts floor-to-ceiling solid wood, custom built-ins, a dressing room clad in custom-built closets and storage space, and a luxurious, Dornbracht-fixtured en-suite bath. Polished concrete cast on site create a double vanity with an abundance of storage, a deep soaking tub, and a separate, stand-up body spay/rain shower. The guest bath features the same high-end finishes and shares the rain shower with the primary bath creating a second full bath for guests. Additional features of this loft include open western exposures overlooking Greenwich Street, eastern courtyard views from the loggia, an endless amount of custom-built storage throughout, a washer/dryer, a split AC system in the main living areas, and [brand new] through the wall AC in the secondary rooms. The Stafford is a charming boutique elevator cooperative in the heart of the West Village between Leroy and Morton Streets. The building has stellar financials as evidenced by the low maintenance, and the location is truly unbeatable. Hudson River Park is a block away and the immediate area is surrounded by all the best that the West Village offers including top restaurants, shops, and galleries. There is a garden-like atrium, a beautiful, furnished roof deck, a live-in resident manager, a video intercom system, bicycle storage, and separate, dedicated large storage cage that transfers with the apartment.