The 500 W 21 Building is located in West Chelsea, surrounded by a rich history that merges smoothly with the neighborhood’s present influence on culture, food, and art. The condo building is conveniently located next to The High Line, Hudson River Park, Meat Packing area restaurants and shopping as well as schools and Chelsea Market nearby.
Built on the site of another project, the 32-unit condo building has 3,900 square feet of interior space, designed by Mark Zeff. Zeff is a West Chelsea based interior designer who merged a livable aesthetic with the pulse of the neighborhood, including the nearby High Line, resulting in industrial-styled loft-like layouts. Using materials like limestone and oil-rubbed bronze, the result is a comfortable feel with chic touches. In keeping with the neighborhood’s new family friendliness, the units are large and spacious, with many more than 4,000 square feet.
The building’s landscaping was designed by Rees Roberts + Partners. The firm created a sustainable garden that is sensitive both to the environment and the aesthetics of the area. The native plantscapes reach as high as 40 feet for a lush, private urban sanctuary that changes with the seasons. Local zoning laws have kept the building to 80 feet in height in order to preserve the character of the neighborhood.
Kohn Pedersen Fox architectural firm links the historic buildings surrounding 500 W 21 with the newly built condo structure using a classic glass and steel structure. The firm has also worked on such luminous projects as Hudson Yards and the renovation of the Modern Museum of Art.
The building’s amenities are plenty, including a 24-hour concierge for the 32 units, a convenient 2,000 square foot fitness center, a club room, a children’s play room for those with families, limited on-site parking, a live-in resident manager, a closed circuit TV security system, cold storage, individual storage units for each residence, four-pipe fan heating and cooling system, and a gas-fired generator.
500W21 itself is located in an easily accessible neighborhood filled with everything you need for the ultimate convenience. There are parks, art galleries, stores, studios, and gyms for your culture fix. There are plenty of hotels for out-of-town guests. Restaurants, including the renowned Morimoto, bakeries, coffee shops, bars, wines stores and more cater to every culinary taste and desire. There are even high-end grocery stores to keep you well fed at home, from Whole Foods to the Chelsea Market. Those with families need not fear as the schools in the area all have great reputations, too.
Pricing for 500W21 is ranges from around $2.2 million to $6.45 million, indicating that pricing is somewhere between $2,000 and $2,500 per square foot.
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