The first luxury building in Chelsea with direct access to The High Line, New York's most unique and exciting urban park.
The dream of Real Estate mogul Henry Mandel, a flashy developer who built in 1930 his dream building with state-of-the-art amenities.
Walker Tower has now been transformed into 50 luxury condominium residences that incorporate the building's original design details and includes all of the conveniences of modern, upscale residential living.
|2 bedroom / 2 baths||From $6'850'000|
|2 bedroom / 3 baths||From $7'250'000|
|3 bedroom / 3.5 baths||From $7'550'000|
|3 bedroom / 4 baths||From $11'495'000|
|2 bedroom / 2.5 baths||From $12'895'000|
|3 bedroom / 4.5 baths||From $14'000'000|
|4 bedroom / 4.5 baths||From $20'990'000|
Deliberate thought and attention lo details make The Onyx a marvel of craftsmanship and artistic Inspiration. The interior spaces are exemplary in design and form. Loft windows, open kitchen / dining / living areas and spa-like bathrooms are all standard.
The Chelsea Mercantile is one of the largest residential conversions of a commercial property in Chelsea.
Nouvel Chelsea boasts an incredible array of different sized panes of colorless glass, each set in a unique angle and torque, creating a dazzling window pattern and allowing for splendid views from within while producing an exterior texture that serves as nothing less than spectacular. This new "Green" tower is set right on the Hudson River, providing tremendous views of the river and incredible sunsets.
Loft 25's modern style can be seen in all aspects of the building, starting at the newly added striking glass façade and the lobby with a recessed, double-height lounge, and continuing throughout each unit.
650 Sixth Avenue is surrounded by some of New York City's finest galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and nightspots. Residences are perfect for art collectors, with spacious living rooms that meet bedrooms at sleek sliding glass walls.
Chelsea Stratus rises into the sky with the grace, presence and command of a modern sculpture. The lobby is expansive yet intimate and is filled with warm organic colors and textures. Chelsea Stratus contains a bold mix of teakwood stone floors, mosaic slate walls and walnut accents.
The Yves Chelsea is forward thinking architecture with an artful floor to ceiling glass façade giving off bright light and gorgeous views. This condo building will offer its residences extraordinary services and amenities.
The Oculus Condominium is Alchemy Properties's latest luxury development.The Oculus Condominium is wonderfully situated at the nexus of the Flatiron District, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, and Union Square.
Jade offers a fresh take on luxurious condominiums. It is within blocks of numerous fine dining options as well as many different subway lines and many shops. The 13th and 14th floors of Jade create an urban oasis that is a great place for any resident to escape to. The two-tiered Mediterranean terrace includes a reflecting pool as well as a sundeck.
Citizen presents a new standard of urban living at the nexus of New York's most vibrant neighborhoods: Chelsea, the Flatiron, and Madison Square Park.
The glass-clad building has a two-story-high lobby with stainless-steel columns and a private clubhouse and lounge for the residents. Elevators open directly into most of the apartments many of which have either balconies or terraces.
It was designed by the Stephen B. Jacobs group and Andi Pepper interior design. 555W23 embodies the best of hotel style, services finishes and amenities in Chelsea's finest condo residence. This all overlooks the Hudson on Gallery Row in New York's most vibrant neighborhood.
A fresh and dynamic work of architecture designed by acclaimed architect Randy Gerner. An artistically inspired facade of glass, exposed concrete and stylized window mullions.
This building has a rusticated limestone base, double-height lobby with a glass canopy entrance, a concierge and no more than four apartments per floor, each with their own washer and dryer, large windows.
Long ago in old New York, Hugh O'Neill built an elegant, full-block emporium of fashion. Topped with two golden domes, the deeply modeled, white cast iron facade.
The Indigo Condominium will feature a stunning Zinc and Aluminum Facade, oversized Sestito casement windows, and private balconies and terraces. It is located on 21st street between 6th and 7th avenue, a setting widely known for its cultural importance. This new construction is at the nexus of the flatiron district, Chelsea, Union Square and Greenwich Village.
This exquisite new residence is designed by the award-winning architecture firm Della Valle Bernheimer. The minimal yet materially rich interiors of 245 Tenth welcome its residents with the highest attention to detail.
You don't have to live like a starving artist to feel like one. Settle into one of +aRt's ninety one homes and experience the re-thought industrial world that is both openhearted and definitive.
Define your personal style in a fabulous contemporary residence. Stunning amenities, traditional craftsmanship, fine imported materials, and new technologies make the Chelsea's most coveted address.
Each apartment features a double-height ceiling and open floor plan. Expansive multi-paned steel windows frame iconic views and a refined material palette infuses warmth into the open floor plans.
Live within a marvelous melange of contemporary comfort and beautiful Beaux Arts architecture of 141 Fifth Avenue.
The Bullmoose Condominium, so named as Theodore Roosevelt's Progressive Party, epitomizes the president's characteristics of strength and vitality.
The Marais a large apartment building was erected in 2002 and has 107 cooperative apartments.
Highline 519 is a fusion of contemporary architecture, European opulence and raw Chelsea charm. Each exclusive full-floor residence offers vistas to the North and South, unobstructed by shimmering balustrades of exquisite metal pattern work, which appear as scrims when sunlit.
Wood-covered residences are in very short supply in Manhattan, but this handsome development is the first in many decades to add to the inventory.
The Vermeer located at 77 on 7th avenue just to the north of Greenwich Village and at the lower end of Chelsea, this large apartment building has a location that is convenient to transportation, shopping and entertainment.
Exquisite one, two and three bedroom condominium esidences. Meticulously planned layouts. Floor to ceiling windows. Gracious ceiling heights. Ipe, Brazilian Walnut Hardwood Flooring throughout.
It is a very unique building that boasts a blue-tinted and clear glass façade that shifts in and out across its surface in five horizontal bands, creating a spectacular architectural masterpiece.
The building features a curved facade to give it a very artsy appeal, and high vault ceilings add to the size and openness of the layout. The living room has floor-to ceiling glass walls and solid oak hardwood floors throughout.
Offering phenomenal views of Chelsea Cove and the Hudson River, as well as en-suite “Sky Garages” where residents can drive into their own units and park, 200 Eleventh Avenue is truly unique. With teak flooring, wood-paneled walls, and motorized shades, the homes give off a modern vibe. It perfectly embodies the chic culture of its surroundings.
High Line 23 is a residence located in the West Chelsea Arts District and was built to meet LEED Gold Certification environmental standards. Designed by Neil Denari, HL23 has a multitude of green features, including reflective roofing, natural light and ventilation, water saving appliances, and the use of recycled materials.
In 1750, when Capt. Thomas Clarke bought a tract of farmland for his retirement, he named it Chelsea after the Chelsea Royal Hospital, an old soldiers' home in London. Captain Clarke's grandson, Clement Clarke Moore developed Chelsea as a garden suburb. Moore, known as Chelsea’s founding father, incorporated guidelines for building that are still in effect today.
Today, Chelsea is known as that small town community where everybody knows your name. The resident population is made up of artists and creative professionals. In this small community atmosphere everyone feels safe and comfortable to do whatever they please. Hence, Chelsea has many diverse entertainment spots, ranging from traditional bars and restaurants to some more avant-garde nightclubs and pubs.
The buildings in Chelsea range from lofts to 19th century brownstones to townhouses converted into multi apartment units to large apartment buildings. Loft buildings are the primary residences, for photographers, artists and designers. Located between Midtown and the West Village, this neighborhood offers convenience, comfort and safety. Besides, shopping, movie theatres and local bazaars on weekends Chelsea 9 different subway lines that pass through it, making it one of the most accessible places in the city.
The Historic Chelsea Hotel can also be found in this area. Some of it’s more famous residents: Mark Twain, Tenessee Wiliams and Bob Dylan.
East of Ninth Avenue, the crowds get thicker, the merchants are more abundant and the warehouses give way to stunning landmark townhouses, prewar co-ops and new luxury rental buildings.
As you continue northbound on Seventh Avenue, the buildings grow taller and the streets more hectic. Here's the Fashion Avenue and Fashion Center. It’s also where millions of shoppers flock to snap up the bargains at Macy’s, an equal number take in events at Madison Square Garden and more yet travel daily through Penn Station.
Whichever camp you prefer-Chelsea’s art community, the Fashion District's style society-both offer its residents exciting perspectives on city life and opportunities dynamic in every way you can think of.
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex is a 30-acre waterfront sports village located between 17th and 23rd Streets along Manhattan's Hudson River. This $120 million, privately-financed project has transformed four historic, but long-neglected, piers into a major center for public recreation and waterfront access. Situated on Piers 59, 60, 61 and 62 and in the head house that connects them, the Complex features many sports and entertainment venues. This massive sports complex, allows New Yorkers to enjoy a huge range of sporting options without leaving the city. There is a golf driving range, roller-skating, ice skating, bowling, swimming and workout facilities, just to name a few options.