212 West 18 Street also known as Walker Tower is located in Chelsea is a recent 2012 converted condo. The name 'Walker Tower' comes from the designer and "architect of the century" himself, Ralph Thomas Walker, riveted in The New York Times around the time of the building's completion in 1929. Today, this 50 luxury condominium residences incorporates the building's pre-war design details through its elaborate brick facade blending in with the conveniences of modern, upscale residential living.
Every unit includes heated floors, French herringbone oak flooring, Crestron Home Automation System, Smallbone Kitchens, and marble bathrooms with Waterworks fixtures and steam showers. Amenities include a bike room, fitness room, and playroom. There is a sauna, steam room, lounge, rooftop deck, and cold storage.