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545 West 25th St. 15FL, New York, NY 10001

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$4,000,000 Price
Condo Property Type
Chelsea Neighborhood
-- Beds
0 Baths
3,540 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$3,626 Maint/CC
$4,568 RET
Key Features:

The Chelsea Arts Tower is Manhattan's first art gallery condominium situated in the heart of the Chelsea gallery district. The sleek glass and concrete, 20-story, class A commercial building was developed by Young Woo Associates, Jack Guttman and designed by award-wining firm Kossar + Garry Architects in 2006. The building was designed to house exclusive luxury spaces, art galleries, and select art-related businesses. For over a decade the building has evolved to welcome additional lines of business such as fashion showrooms, event spaces, and PR companies.The Chelsea neighborhood is also home to various tech firms including Google and other notables such as Twitter, YouTube, and Uber. The building features a reception desk staffed from Monday through Saturday, two passenger elevators, and an oversized freight elevator with a capacity of 8,000 lbs. There is 24/7 keyed access, high speed fiber optics, and state of the art security. There are currently 13 well-known occupants in the building spanning the 21 floors. Five of those thirteen businesses have a presence that spans multiple floors. Some notable occupants include Marlborough Gallery, Calvin Klein Studios, MiraRe, and FLAG Art Foundation. The 15th floor is currently home to a private office with 3,540 square feet of thoughtfully configured office space. It offers floor-to-ceiling windows, exceptional light, polished concrete floors, central air and 12' ceiling height. Chelsea's residential and commercial real estate landscape continues to grow, in part due to Google, We Work, and theHudson YardsRedevelopment Project. The Chelsea neighborhood is home to more than 200 art galleries and is an ideal location for a business seeking an open, dynamic and creative space to inspire their employees. The building's proximity to luxury residential buildings, the High Line, the Fashion Institute of Technology, the 7 subway line, numerous outstanding restaurants, and bars makes it a desirable location for any business looking to settle in a vibrant area of New York City.

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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