A house in the sky with four exposures, this remarkable home features five bedrooms, a 30-foot atrium, six private terraces, and striking views of the Hudson River and Empire State Building. Named The Chelsea Skyhouse, this triplex offers 6,000 SF of total living space and 7,000 SF of private outdoor space perched on top of a Chelsea landmark building. This dramatic and private space is pin-drop quiet and boasts soaring ceilings, speakers throughout, a laundry room, central A/C, reinforced walls for art, top-of-the-line appliances, abundant closet and storage space, a floating steel staircase, and a private elevator landing.
Formerly the historic Y.M.C.A. McBurney branch – frequented by notable New Yorkers by the likes of Andy Warhol and Al Pacino and featured in Village People’s famous “Y.M.C.A.” music video – this Beaux-Arts building was transformed into twelve lofts in the heart of Chelsea in 2004. Additional luxuries of the boutique condominium include a part-time doorman and on-site super.