500 West 25th Street

500 West 25th Street is a brand new condominium building located directly next to the High Line, New York City’s lavish raised park brimming with native flora, modern murals, and visitors in ripped rag & bone denim. This lofty perch, the perfect escape from the asphalt and cobbled streets below, extends up and out, much like the bows of the native trees, into delicate, boxy balconies, windows, and spot lit design flourishes, highlighting the unique, and highly desirable allotment of one lavish apartment per floor.

 

The intimate, beguiling lobby, awash in a sea of honed stone, golden hues, and ambient lighting, welcomes the select few up and off the street and into a small jewel box of a room, building the anticipation of the spaces above, all the while under the watchful eye and calculated smile of the discerning doorman.

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Ascending up from the street, each full-floor unit is designed not only to take full advantage of the neighboring aerial park, but also the adjacent Chelsea cityscape complete with red, red brick, wrought iron bridges, and serpentining fire escapes. The interiors of each unit build upon this enveloping downtown luxury through the use of herringboned wood floors, waterfalling marble counters, and 10’ 6” ceilings, enabling the energy of both the city and elevated park to course through the thoughtfully integrated spaces.

The floor plans, which offer the same layout on floors two through eight, are carefully crafted to enable ample light to infiltrate the spaces from both the North, East, and West through large sheets of glass. Each space is distinctly and appropriately positioned in the plan, allowing the master bedroom ample privacy and Highline views to the West and the public spaces Chelsea views to the East. Sandwiched in-between these spaces are the two additional bedrooms, each complete with an en-suite bath, providing a buffer between the public, service, and private spaces.

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Meanwhile, the penthouse unit encompasses the entirety of the ninth, tenth, and eleventh floor roof top levels, allowing for sweeping, secluded, views of the Highline, city, and the Hudson all the way down West 25th Street. In this unit, the private spaces occupy the ninth floor, while the entertaining spaces are reserved for the entirety of the tenth floor, a true perch from which to view the New York’s most Instagrammable of parks. The roof terrace enables the future owner a very own Highline of their own, a space seamlessly at home in the city and in the country, a very Los Angelino approach to design.

500 West 25th Street, built by GDS Development LLC, is currently offering Unit Three, a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 2,152 square foot simplex condominium, for $5,495,000. The Penthouse Unit, a 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom, 4,352 square foot triplex condominium, for $16,950,000. The building’s units are currently listed by The Gavin | Doyle Team and Compass Development.

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