The Cass Gilbert, a landmarked Prewar condominium building, is one of the most distinctive addresses in this neighborhood where Chelsea meets NoMad. Unit 7B offers a sprawling 2150 square feet of living, work, and entertaining space. With soaring 11' ceilings, great light, and many oversized casement windows, this home offers every wonderful characteristic of historic loft living.
A gracious entrance gallery serves as a foyer and art showcase which leads to the massive living and dining room. The gorgeous open kitchen features Calacatta marble countertops and backsplash, a breakfast bar with plenty of room for seating, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, GE Profile stove, and Bosch dishwasher. These rooms flow effortlessly into one another creating an exquisite space for hosting dinner parties or a quiet night at home.
The large primary bedroom is bathed in light from several windows facing north and east. Its ensuite 5-piece bath is beautifully appointed and there is a large walk-in closet with custom shelving and drawers. There are 2 great optional spaces for a home office and/or media room, 2 additional full baths, and storage is ample with several large closets throughout the home. A washer/dryer is conveniently located off the gallery.
Completed in 1928, the Cass Gilbert was converted from manufacturing and offices to luxury condos in 2003 with interiors by Shamir Shah. The building's eponymous architect is renowned for some of his other works including the US Supreme Court Building, The Woolworth Building, The New York Life Building, and several US state capitals. This exquisite condominium features a part-time doorman (M-F 7am-12am, Sat/Sun 12pm-9pm) and is located near art galleries, restaurants, and all forms of transportation.