Completely reimagined by acclaimed designer Kati Curtis, and featured by NBC's Open House NYC and the New York Post, this spectacular 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom penthouse boasts four exposures plus a skylight, and measures approximately 1,800+ SF with nearly 900 SF of private outdoor space, including a lush, landscaped rooftop terrace with sweeping city views.
An entertainer's delight, the gracious entry gallery leads into an open kitchen and living space with floor-to-ceiling windows, offering iconic city views and a private balcony to enjoy coffee or cocktails al fresco. The impeccably renovated kitchen is appointed with top-of- the-line appliances by Viking and Sub Zero, a wine refrigerator, and custom millwork. The spacious master suite features a walk-in closet and a sumptuous master bathroom with a double vanity, brass fixtures, deep soaking tub, and glass enclosed shower. Two additional bedrooms, as well as a second full bathroom and powder room, complete the first level of this home.
The dramatic, steel staircase leads to a landscaped roof terrace, a perfect place to entertain guests and take in the panoramic city views.
Additional apartment features include a private storage unit, vented washer/dryer, central AC, and radiant heated bathroom floors. A deeded parking space is available separately.
The Onyx Condominium offers residents a 24-hour doorman, concierge, cold storage, and a state-of-the-art fitness center and bike room. Situated in the heart of Chelsea near multiple subway lines, the Onyx is conveniently located near the High Line, Chelsea art galleries, Hudson Yards, as well as some of the best restaurants and boutiques in Manhattan. There is currently a $2,250/month assessment running through October 2019. Real estate taxes reflect the Co-op/Condo Abatement.
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