514 West 24th Street, Apartment 9

The enormity of this bistro-style kitchen in this striking Chelsea residence can only make one flush with envy.  For the Gordon Ramsay in all of us, the luxe kitchen fuels the flame.  And not surprisingly, this custom space rises to new heights in the latest edition of our “One Room” series. Apartment 9 at 514 West 24th Street is a full floor four-bedroom loft spanning 4,328 square feet of beautifully crafted ...

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Manhattan Studios Under $600K

Over the past few weeks, we have noticed a rush of studio apartments to hit the Manhattan market.  So we decided to take a look and came up with our six favorite studios for less than $600K.  Each home (or pieds-a-terre) offers something special; we doubt if any of them will be available for too long. Chelsea, 250 West 15th Street, Apt. 6-E Fully furnished and ready to go.   This recently ...

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A Simple Loft Treasure In Chelsea – 250 West 27th Street, 3-E

This blog is typically filled with spectacular apartments that defy even the wildest imagination of how one might define city living.  Enormous spaces with bone-chilling views designed by the world’s most famous designers.  But occasionally, we come across a home that’s a bit different from our norm and deserves equal recognition as a special residence. Today, we take a look at a divine one-bedroom loft at 250 West 27th Street, the ...

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Outdoor Space at 212 West 18th Street, 10-D

Art Deco Opulence in Chelsea – 212 West 18th Street, 10-D

When describing this worldly Chelsea apartment it is difficult to find a starting point.  It all works.  But in this case, we’re going to start outside and work our way into the interior.  It is this mix of indoor and outdoor space that elevates Apt 10-D at 212 West 18th Street into our “Apartments We Love” series. This gracious residence is crowned with a north-facing 1,026 square foot terrace which boasts ...

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Loft Envy in Chelsea, 236 West 26th Street, 2-W

There is no shortage of lofts in Chelsea, some carved out of older commercial buildings, others built anew.  No two ever appear to be the same; each space its own creation. This edition of our series, “Apartments We Love," takes us to one such loft, a 4,100 square-foot floor-through residence in one of Chelsea’s most sought-after pre-war buildings. Built in 1926, and commonly known as the Capital, 236 West 26th Street ...

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