515 West 23rd Street, 12

Chelsea   |   Tenth Avenue & Eleventh Avenue

Condo [Concierge]
$ 18,500
Rooms 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Status Active
Term [Months] 12
Available Immediately
Listing ID: 1891961

Property Description

Float Above the High Line

Presenting a rare opportunity to rent the entire 12th floor and highest simplex built at HL23, a masterwork completed in 2011 by architect Neil Denari with interiors designed by Thomas Juul- Hansen. Located at the nexus of 23rd Street and 10th Avenue, the epicenter of Manhattan's burgeoning West Chelsea cultural center, HL23 rises up from the High Line - a curtain wall of glass and stainless-steel panels hung on a complex cantilevered steel frame. This iconic structure proudly claims its place among the works of art in the surrounding galleries and boasts a LEED-certified Gold Rating for its use of green power and eco efficient appliances and fixtures.

The rarified and artistic tone of this boutique building is established at the outset as one enters the lobby nestled discreetly at the base of the 23rd Street entrance to the High Line Park. The sounds of the city dissipate once inside the double height glass atrium, which features a custom neon work by conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth, and an elegant, organically shaped lobby desk, hand carved in Italy of a monolithic piece of white marble.

One enters the space from a private keyed elevator, which opens directly into over 2,600 square feet of living space. This extraordinary home is comprised of a large entrance foyer, three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and an expansive south facing living and dining room that flows into the exquisite cook's kitchen. The immediate feeling of the space is one of quiet, sensual serenity contrasting against an exciting backdrop of panoramic views of the High Line gardens to the south and north and London Terrace and the landmarked blocks of historic Chelsea to the east.

Each floor of HL23 is its own unique response to the iconic buildings' sculptural form and no two floors are alike. The public living areas of this apartment boast nearly 11' ceilings, 12'' wide plank solid oak floors with two layers of sound insulation, sloping floor to ceiling glass walls punctured by motorized windows. On the western wall of the living room is a wood burning fireplace with surround of Pierre de Cluny stone and on the eastern wall, the Valcucine kitchen. Artfully composed of the Artemica glass system in a gray and yellow palette and expertly designed for optimal storage and function, the kitchen features Miele appliances; oven and cooktop with a hidden hood, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, wine cooler and exquisite custom lighting by Linnaea Tillett.

Between the public spaces with southern exposures and the north facing master bedroom suite are two bedrooms, each with a marble bathroom and London Terrace views to the east. The master bedroom occupies the entire northern end of the residence and is an expertly laid out sanctuary with walls of closets and stunning views up the High Line to north Chelsea and Hudson Yards beyond. A luxurious master bathroom refuge features white marble slab walls and floors, radiant heating, a double shower with rain heads and steam, a deep soaking tub and tandem sinks all with Duravit and Vola fixtures. The apartment also features motorized shades, a multi zoned heating/cooling system, a washer/dryer and hidden trash chute.

The building amenities include a full time doorman and super, fitness center outfitted with TechnoGym equipment, weights and space for yoga or training sessions, a bike room and private storage.
Float Above the High Line

Presenting a rare opportunity to rent the entire 12th floor and highest simplex built at HL23, a masterwork completed in 2011 by architect Neil Denari with interiors designed by Thomas Juul- Hansen. Located at the nexus of 23rd Street and 10th Avenue, the epicenter of Manhattan's burgeoning West Chelsea cultural center, HL23 rises up from the High Line - a curtain wall of glass and stainless-steel panels hung on a complex cantilevered steel frame. This iconic structure proudly claims its place among the works of art in the surrounding galleries and boasts a LEED-certified Gold Rating for its use of green power and eco efficient appliances and fixtures.

The rarified and artistic tone of this boutique building is established at the outset as one enters the lobby nestled discreetly at the base of the 23rd Street entrance to the High Line Park. The sounds of the city dissipate once inside the double height glass atrium, which features a custom neon work by conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth, and an elegant, organically shaped lobby desk, hand carved in Italy of a monolithic piece of white marble.

One enters the space from a private keyed elevator, which opens directly into over 2,600 square feet of living space. This extraordinary home is comprised of a large entrance foyer, three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and an expansive south facing living and dining room that flows into the exquisite cook's kitchen. The immediate feeling of the space is one of quiet, sensual serenity contrasting against an exciting backdrop of panoramic views of the High Line gardens to the south and north and London Terrace and the landmarked blocks of historic Chelsea to the east.

Each floor of HL23 is its own unique response to the iconic buildings' sculptural form and no two floors are alike. The public living areas of this apartment boast nearly 11' ceilings, 12'' wide plank solid oak floors with two layers of sound insulation, sloping floor to ceiling glass walls punctured by motorized windows. On the western wall of the living room is a wood burning fireplace with surround of Pierre de Cluny stone and on the eastern wall, the Valcucine kitchen. Artfully composed of the Artemica glass system in a gray and yellow palette and expertly designed for optimal storage and function, the kitchen features Miele appliances; oven and cooktop with a hidden hood, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, wine cooler and exquisite custom lighting by Linnaea Tillett.

Between the public spaces with southern exposures and the north facing master bedroom suite are two bedrooms, each with a marble bathroom and London Terrace views to the east. The master bedroom occupies the entire northern end of the residence and is an expertly laid out sanctuary with walls of closets and stunning views up the High Line to north Chelsea and Hudson Yards beyond. A luxurious master bathroom refuge features white marble slab walls and floors, radiant heating, a double shower with rain heads and steam, a deep soaking tub and tandem sinks all with Duravit and Vola fixtures. The apartment also features motorized shades, a multi zoned heating/cooling system, a washer/dryer and hidden trash chute.

The building amenities include a full time doorman and super, fitness center outfitted with TechnoGym equipment, weights and space for yoga or training sessions, a bike room and private storage.

Listing Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC

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Apartment Features

A/C
COF
Washer / Dryer
Washer / Dryer Hookups
515 West 23rd Street Chelsea New York NY 10011

Building Details [515 West 23rd Street]

Ownership Condo
Service Level Concierge
Access Keyed Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 695/7507
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Post-War
Year Built 2008
Floors/Apts 14/11

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Common Storage
Fitness Facility
Laundry Rooms

Klara Madlin

License

Licensed Real Estate Broker


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