position: West Chelsea, Manhattan
price: $25 million
With 3,200 square feet of private terrace, this 5 bedroom apartment is located in a new Cortland building overlooking the Hudson River in the West. This is the first design collaboration between Robert AM Stern’s New York office and Seattle-based architecture firm Olson Kundig.
“When completed, Cortland will be one of the top five buildings in New York City and the top downtown building,” said Sean Osher, listing agent for CORE. “It’s a very forward-looking building in terms of engineering and design.”
“I think it’s one of the best apartments in New York City,” he added.
Stern’s RAMSA office is known for its limestone classicism, while Olson Kundig is known for its West Coast modernism. According to the listing, Cortland’s façade features a combination of limestone, brick and metal detailing, with more than one million handcrafted and hand-laid bricks.
The 11th-floor apartment has an “incredible wrap-around private terrace,” the largest in the building, Osher said. This is “adjacent to the floor on which it is located,” unlike many penthouses where you have to climb another floor to get to the terrace. According to Urban Digs, the 3,200-square-foot outdoor space is more than triple his 975-square-foot in the average New York apartment.
“Visually and practically, the terrace becomes part of the apartment,” he said.
Exposed to the north, west, and east and one of two units on that floor, this home offers unobstructed views of the river, with views of Hudson River Park and Chelsea Waterside Park. increase.
The 25-story Cortland has 144 units in a new building at 555 West 22nd Street. Osher said construction is now complete and the closure is expected to begin in late summer, describing the design as “very Pacific Northwest meets New York City.”
The apartment has two fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom suite, and two Juliet balconies. Additional design details for unit 11AW include wide white oak floors, 10.5 inch ceilings, outdoor kitchen with terrace, foyer with coat closet, and floor to ceiling windows.
The home’s open plan living and dining area has terrace access and offers unobstructed views of the Hudson River. The eat-in kitchen with window has double doors to the terrace and Gaggenau appliances.
The primary suite has a fireplace, two walk-in closets, and a bathroom with five fixtures.
The 4,091 square foot apartment has 5 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms and 1 partial bathroom. There is also a private outdoor terrace of 3,213 square feet.
Amenities include a 75-foot long lap pool, hot tub, ice plunge, locker rooms, pet spa, sports court, golf simulator, children’s playground, music room, screening room, event lounge, and fitness. Center with yoga studio and shared roof terrace.
Nearby attractions include Hudson River Park, High Line, Chelsea Piers, Hudson Yards and Little Island.
Agents: Sean Osher, Core
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