Prewar Elegance at The Cass Gilbert. Residence 14A is an elegant corner two bedroom, two bathroom home atop a premier condominium at the crossroads of NoMad, Chelsea and Midtown. Spanning nearly 1,400SF with 11' beamed ceilings, this home is the perfect combination of character and modern convenience.
A wide entry foyer opens directly into the spacious living and dining room. Casement windows line the living room and frame Empire State Building views. This flexible space can accommodate a multitude of layouts, including an expansive dining area, making it perfect for entertaining. Set back from the living/dining room is a modern chef's kitchen featuring marble countertops, custom wood cabinetry, an oversized pantry as well as a conveniently placed laundry room.
The crown jewel of the home is the private primary suite. Occupying the northwest corner, the dual exposures offer brilliant light and open city views. An en suite bathroom has an incredibly rare corner windowed shower. Lined in marble tile and modern amenities, this bathroom is a serene retreat perched above New York City. The second bedroom is outfitted with pocket doors and is another flexible space. Currently used as a den, it can easily be arranged as a spacious home office or guest room. A massive walk-in closet in the second bedroom is only one of six closets throughout the home.
130 West 30th Street is a landmarked doorman condominium, originally built in 1929 and renamed during its conversion in 2003 for its famed American architect. The building is just steps from Madison Square Park, The Empire State Building, Penn Station and a plethora of express transportation.