Not many can claim they live in a home created by a Pritzker Prize–winning architect that was once inhabited by a famous actor. However, this condo in Manhattan’s West Chelsea area fits both bills: Kelsey Grammer has listed his residence, in a building by French architect Jean Nouvel. The soaring tower was built in 2009 and showcases a spectacular façade featuring more than 1,600 windowpanes of varied shapes, as well as front-row vistas of the Hudson River and the High Line. Grammer’s apartment includes 100 feet of glass walls, terrazzo flooring, and 11-foot ceilings. The open-plan layout boasts a living/dining area with a wet bar, a wine fridge, and a fireplace, and a kitchen with a breakfast bar. The building’s amenities include an indoor/outdoor lap pool, a fitness center, and a concierge.
Glass walls frame the dining space.
Every angle provides amazing city views.
In the kitchen, guests can sit around the large island and look out at the Hudson River.
This geometric bedroom is flooded with light.