Photo credit history: Anton Brookes/H5 Assets for The Corcoran Team
Mentioned for $11,500,000, this pristine 4,000-sq.-foot comprehensive-ground loft in a prewar condominium at 521 West 23rd Avenue is a joyous eyeful for enthusiasts of legendary, smooth, contemporary structure. Along the Large Line and the in coronary heart of West Chelsea’s arts district, the home’s Gabellini Sheppard-intended interiors have been highlighted in style and design publications. When setting up with a white box loft, the owner’s vision was to produce a great showcase for the very best in contemporary household furniture and art. In this situation, the furniture–much of it developed by effectively-regarded designers–is bundled in the sale.
Beneath 12-foot ceilings, standout capabilities contain consist of polished concrete flooring and skim-coated plaster walls, Significant Line sights, a Lutron homeworks lights-manage method, zoned central AC, a Miele washer/dryer, a wine refrigerator, a Creston smart dwelling procedure that controls solar blackout shades, and a Bang and Olufsen residence theater and surround sound system.
The elevator opens into the home’s enormous good space by a wall of brushed stainless steel that resembles a work of fashionable art. At the heart of the loft is a living area/media room anchored by a fuel fire. Over is a home theater with a recessed ceiling projection display. The room is framed by 16 tall audio-evidence double-pane windows and gallery lighting. Furnishings incorporate an 18-by-32-foot custom made-created Nepalese rug, sofas, a circular espresso desk from B&B Italia and the Maxalto Selection and black leather lounge chairs by Antonio Citterio and Jeffrey Bernett.
A modern, European-design and style Boffi kitchen area capabilities a black honed granite island and countertops, black satin-lacquer and stainless-metal lever cupboards, two Miele dishwashers, two Gaggenau ovens and a 5-burner assortment, a Subzero Refrigerator, and a black glass backsplash.
A large dining area is at 1 conclusion of the loft, beneath a Swarovski crystal-encrusted Tord Boontje “Blossom” chandelier and 14 George Nakashima-designed dining chairs, all created specifically for this place and therefore involved in the sale.
A den/media place with crafted-in upholstered couches is at the reverse conclude of the major room. This rarified home has the feeling of an artwork gallery, with plenty of area for entertaining.
At the loft’s north finish, walnut steps ascend to translucent glass panels that slide aside to reveal the major bedroom suite. The platform developed by the steps conceals plumbing, electrical, and ductwork together with alternating levels of plywood and insulation to minimize seem and vibration. This personal chamber options a gas hearth with a honed bluestone shelf, a B & B Italia bed frame and a Bang & Olufsen Tv. In the bathroom, the self-importance and tub are wrapped in Botticino marble.
The aforementioned elevated walnut platform runs the perimeter of the loft. The second bedroom faces north whilst the third faces west, all with translucent sliding glass panels and marble-clad bogs.
The 1914 loft setting up, identified as The Artists Condominium, is a boutique residence providing a section-time doorman, with The Superior Line as a one particular-in-a-million back again property.
[Listing details: 521 West 23rd Street, #4 at CityRealty]
Photo credit: Anton Brookes/H5 Home for The Corcoran Team
521 West 23rd Street, condos
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