When people think of Chelsea living - 520 West 19th Street lives up to those expectations. Open floor-to-ceiling windows and large floorplans. Nestled in between some of the best world architecturally renowned buildings.
The Not So Good
A little off the beaten track, not near subways - however there is a slew of trendy restaurants and hole-in-the-walls.
The Bottom Line
If a designed focused, minimalist lifestyle is what you are looking for, then 540 West 19th Street does not disappointment.
Classic and modern, the condos at 520 West Chelsea are spacious and well-appointed. Each unit is furnished with black oak floors, top-of-the-line kitchen appliances, and bathrooms designed with glazed ceramic tiles. The penthouse features a 642-foot outdoor terrace and a wood-burning fireplace, adding warmth when the weather gets chilly.
Enjoy views of the Empire State Building and lower Midtown Manhattan in this elegant condominium. The blue terracotta structure harkens back to the classic architecture so often associated with 1920’s New York City. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, concierge service, fitness center, and basement storage.
Chelsea has been a hub for creativity and culture for many years. These days, sites such as the High Line - an elevated train track turned into a city park - and the Chelsea Hotel draw tourists and visitors in large numbers. It is home to a thriving arts scene, anchored by the Whitney Museum and The Joyce Theater, and offers some of the finest eateries and bars in Manhattan. Despite its hip, modern sensibilities, many of its side streets are lined with historic townhomes.