Five Sixty West 24th Street is a distinctive, classically contemporary 11 storey building in the heart of the West Chelsea Arts District in Manhattan.
The building is entered through an intimate 24 hour attended lobby with Paneled Jacaranda wood walls. The lift opens directly into a classic Rosario Candela inspired gallery, perfect for receiving guests and displaying fine art.
The entire 4 bedroom apartment is finished with European solid oak floors. The living/dining room of this 3,217 sq ft apartment spans the entire width of the building with 10 ft ceilings and six 8 ft tall French door style casement windows. A charming balcony faces west. An adjoining study features a wood burning Rosa Levanto marble fireplace mantle. The kitchen is exquisitely milled with custom crafted Jacaranda wood cabinetry with Rajack antique bronze hardware. The appliances include a Sub Zero 36" refrigerator/freezer, a La Cornue, Cornu Fe110 43" stove professional style range cooktop, a Miele dishwasher, a Sub Zero 27" integrated wine refrigerator, Panasonic microwave oven and Range Craft custom stainless steel hood.
The master suite features a Calacatta gold marble en suite bathroom with radiant heated floors. There are 3 additional bedrooms, each with their own en suite bathroom finished with Bleu de Savoie honed marble and statuary marble counters. An intimate powder room completes the picture.
Directly across from Gagosian Gallery and next to 200 Eleventh Avenue, 560 is at the nexus of the downtown art and cultural community. Sited between the Highline Park and Chelsea Cove, Chelsea Piers and the Hudson River Park, residents will be immersed in the highly desirable West Chelsea neighbourhood, a global destination for art, culture, education and restaurants.
Vibrant, exciting and bursting with brash attitude, New York is one of the world’s favourite cities, a place where anything seems possible and simply walking a few blocks becomes an exhilarating experience.
With space in seriously short supply New York developers are eyeing the sky, building ever higher and often slimmer towers to house the never-ending demand for their city. There are also low-level options though including the charming architecture of Brooklyn that lies across the East River from Manhattan or among the brownstones of The West Village.
Chelsea is west of Broadway towards the Hudson River and offers one of Manhattans most eclectic mix of high-rises, industrial-chic lofts and low-level family homes.
Once populated mainly by impecunious artists, the opening of world-class art galleries followed by the redevelopment of the High Line, a former train line transformed in a wonderful elevated park, has brought wealthier buyers. Today Chelsea has the highest concentration of art galleries in the city as well as antique markets, vintage shops and impressive food markets.
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