NYC Apartments for Sale in Chelsea
Chelsea's boundaries run from 14th Street to 34th Street and west from Sixth Avenue to the Hudson River. But Chelsea has never been about boundaries, and that is what has made it one of Manhattan’s most fascinating and desirable residential neighborhoods and home to some of the most sought-after condominium listings in Manhattan. It helps, of course, that Chelsea is also home to some of New York City's most luxurious shopping, best art galleries, the ultra-hip High Line park and some of the most impressive new architecture on display anywhere in Manhattan. Between the neighborhood’s distinctive personality and a host of new construction luxury condominiums and elegant condo conversions, it’s easy to see why Chelsea is a place many New Yorkers want to live.
While Chelsea is famed for its hundreds of art galleries, some of the most impressive new eye candy in the neighborhood is of the architectural variety. Not to take anything away from the work on display in the Gagosian Gallery, the Matthew Marks Gallery, or the Sonnabend, but a number of new construction condominiums surrounding the beautiful High Line Park rank up there with the finest art on display anywhere in the neighborhood -- which means that Frank Gehry, Jean Nouvel, Robert A.M. Stern and other blue-chip architects are among the many visionaries whose work can be seen on a given day in Chelsea. The High Line itself, the lushly landscaped elevated park which runs above ninth avenue through lower Chelsea and into the Meatpacking District, has also emerged as an attraction to rival all those galleries, as well as shopping destinations such as Chelsea's Barneys CO-OP and innumerable other high-fashion boutiques. Chelsea Market provides easy access to gourmet food, Chelsea Piers offers the city’s best indoor sports facilities -- from basketball courts and golf driving ranges to a bowling alley and rock climbing -- and several easily accessible mass transit options put the rest of New York City within easy reach. Linc, the developing area around the Lincoln Tunnel, is adding new constructions in addition to a subway stop, which will help reshape this part of New York. In short, Chelsea is a neighborhood many people want to visit, and which few want to leave.
Which makes it no surprise that Chelsea condominiums are among the most sought-after condo listings in Manhattan. While there are numerous new construction condominiums in Chelsea, many of the best-loved Chelsea condos strike a distinctly classical note. New construction condominiums such as 456 West 19th Street pay architectural homage to Chelsea’s pre-war architecture while delivering some very contemporary comforts and an impressive suite of green building technologies. Other Chelsea condominiums are strikingly futuristic, with such High Line-adjacent Chelsea condos as HL23 and Nouvel are setting the pace for architectural innovation in a luxury Manhattan condominium. Classic and contemporary, futuristic and traditional, edgy and homey, Chelsea is as label-resistant as ever -- and home to some of the finest condo listings in Manhattan.
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200 Eleventh Avenue is a new condominium building located in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, offering luxury apartments for sale. This building's distinctive stainless steel exterior and cast gunmetal terra-cotta base make it a perfect addition to the Chelsea Arts District. This ultra-modern condominium offers en-suite Sky Garages where residents can drive into their own units and park, making living in this Manhattan condominium a truly unique experience.
Art Deco styling in green terracotta and bronze plating makes 514 West 24th Street an instant classic. This new construction condo reinterprets the essence of classic Manhattan for modern tastes, both inside and out.
Located in the heart of one of Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhoods, Chelsea House, at 130 West 19th, offers residents classic New York Luxury and decidedly modern amenities. 13 floors house 64 apartments in this post-war mid-rise designed by Gerner Kronic + Valcarel.
To live in 224 West 18th Street is just as much a pleasure as it is to live in the vibrant Chelsea community in which it’s located. The 12-floor, 2003-built condominium is one of two buildings (the other is located at 151 West 17th Street) that is a part of the Campiello Collection. The Collection’s 18th Street half is a fine example of Manhattan luxury condos with its 24-hour concierge service and a full building staff. Kitchens, which are equipped with wine coolers, are furnished with high-end appliances, and every apartment has its personal washer and dryer for laundry. Indulge in such amenities as the on-site fitness center and the outstanding rooftop deck, providing you with stunning views of New York City. A common courtyard with garden is shared between the two buildings, but many of 224 West 18th’s apartments include private outdoor space.
245 Tenth Avenue is a new condominium located in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, offering luxury apartments for sale. Designed by the award-winning architecture firm Della Valle Bernheimer, this building features a singular facade of glass and irregularly stamped stainless steel panels that animate the building by reflecting the changing light. The minimal yet materially rich interiors of 245 Tenth welcome its residents with the highest attention to detail, including RIFRA fixtures exclusively designed by Della Valle Bernheimer.
The Indigo, located at 125 West 21st Street in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, is a new condominium that offers innovative luxury apartments for sale. With a stunning zinc and aluminum facade, this 13-story mid-rise building has a cutting-edge, modern appearance that makes it stand out from its surroundings. The Indigo also sits at the nexus of the Flatiron District, Chelsea, and Union Square, some of the most coveted areas in Manhattan.
The five-story prewar loft-style luxury Manhattan condo building in West Chelsea called is called Lifesaver Lofts for a reason, though maybe not the one you think. Originally built in 1910, this building was the site where Mint Products Company manufactured Life Savers mint candy from 1913 to 1916. It has been reconstructed as a condo building filled with expansive loft-style condos for sale, as well as two luxury penthouses on the top floor. These lofts, deep in Chelsea where lofts are especially hot commodities, provide an artistic atmosphere that is well suited for the artistic district it resides in. Lifesaver Lofts on 120 Eleventh Avenue provides the bohemian aesthetic flair that New Yorkers prize so much.
With iridescent black brick facades, and numerous amenities to boast, 100 West 18th Street is a diverse luxury condominium building, located right in the heart of Chelsea. The surrounding neighborhood is known for its creativity and modern elegance, attributes that are reflective of this residential building. Completed in 2008, the post-war mid-rise is composed of 43 units over ten floors, with rooms spanning from studio-sized to three-bedroom.
Walker Tower is a name imbued with history. Originally called The Verizon Building, an Art-Deco style skyscraper designed by famed architect Ralph Walker, the Chelsea high-rise is now one the most sought-after modern condominiums in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood. With pre-war detail that is absent from any contemporary designs, Walker Tower is the ideal combination of classic style with the modern comforts that define luxury New York apartments.