There are tons of iconic buildings in the city, but as more glassy structures rise, it’s getting harder for developments to stand out among the rest. However, this stunning tower in Chelsea, dubbed The Fitzroy, doesn't seem to have this problem.
Located at 514 West 24th Street, this Art Deco green terracotta and bronze structure rises only ten stories and holds an exclusive 14 condominium homes all designed by Roman and Williams, a well-renowned NYC designer.
The interiors are light and luxurious throughout it with gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows finished with gold framing, high ceilings, fireplaces, hardwood patterned floors, gourmet chefs kitchen with Sub-Zero appliances, marble countertops and island, dark yet sleek custom wood cabinets, and bronze fixtures that give the kitchen a classic and industrial look. Bathrooms feature a copper master bathtub as the centerpiece of the room, glass steam shower with a bronze rain showerhead, light marble walls that contrast the dark marble floors, and large mirrors above the long vanity.
Amenities at The Fitzroy include the convenience of a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a children’s art and playroom, extra storage and bike space, a wine cellar, and a state-of-the-art fitness center with a treatment room and sauna all designed by La Palestra. One of the most treasured amenities of all New York buildings is a rooftop, and at this condominium, they took this common feature and made it their own as it holds a full kitchen for residents to enjoy in the summer along with modern furniture that allows residents to enjoy the panoramic view of the city below.
This building was completed in 2016 and still holds available homes. Two-bedrooms start at $5,600,000, three-bedrooms start at $6,300,000, and four-bedrooms start at $21,000,000.