Modern elegance is exemplified perfectly in Thomas Juul-Hansen's 505 West 19th Street condominium. The two 10 story sister towers, mingle seamlessly with the iconic High Line Park, while adopting the energy of West Chelsea, with its world renowned contemporary art galleries, and industrial history.
Residence 5B sits comfortably on the Eastern tower's southeast corner, offering city views of the High Line, as well as New York City landmarks, such as the Empire State and New York Life buildings. A total of nine 8-foot tall windows wrap around the home, and have been smartly angled to allow the maximum amount of natural light to pour in from the south and east, enveloping the open kitchen/dining/living space, and both bedrooms in sun, from morning to the evening hours.
Upon entering, the apartment opens up into a gallery style foyer, with a powder room for guests to the left, a large washer/dryer combo, and coat closets to your right. Turning right at the end of the hallway, you are welcomed to the dramatic living and dining areas, and an open kitchen that offers a full Miele package, that includes convection/speed oven, 5 piece gas vented cook top, under-counter wine fridge, and dishwasher. The ultimate black granite countertops provide a rich contrast with the grey-stained white oak cabinetry and brass hardware. A sophisticated space to entertain family and friends.
The two bedrooms are tucked away, each having their own en suite full baths. As you enter the master suite, you take notice of the dual custom closets, and a master bath that is fully outfitted with dual vanities, tub and separate shower, travertine walls, and heated floors.
The residences are accessed via a stunning travertine-floored lobby, that hints to the custom design finishes found in the residences. Amenities for the residents indulge a 3,000 sq. ft. fitness center, private extra storage, bike garage, a 24-hour concierge, and live-in super.
Convenient to all modes of public transport, the A, C, E and L lines, shops, restaurants and bars and in walking distance to Chelsea Piers, Hudson River Activities Trail, and The High Line Park, as well as The Whitney Museum of American Art.
Please contact me to schedule a private tour of this stunning home.