240 W 23RD Street Unit: 3B

240 W 23RD Street Unit: 3B, New York City, NY 10011

Welcome home to this ultra-stylish, expansive, gracious one-of-a-kind, classic prewar 2BR/2BA duplex loft with two balconies, high ceilings, recessed lighting, custom-crafted staircase, hardwood floors, foyer, chef's kitchen, home office, an in-home laundry room, storage and central AC - all in the historic Arcadia co-op in the heart of Chelsea.

Enter through a welcoming, 12ft-wide foyer entry gallery that leads past the first-floor full jacuzzi bath, and spacious open chef's kitchen expertly equipped with Poggenpohl cabinets and appliances by Subzero, Viking and Bosch, into an enormous 34ft living and dining room with high ceilings, custom built-in bookcases, hardwood floors and a south-facing balcony with windowed French doors that fill this room with sunshine.

Then ascend the striking, full-sized, custom-crafted forged metal and wood staircase, past the home office and guest suite to the luxurious, pindrop-quiet primary bedroom with another private open-air balcony and custom built-in wall unit storage. A lavish main bathroom with walk-in shower and double sink, large custom closets, and a full-sized laundry room are also on this upper level.

The 7-story Arcadia building, designed by renowned architect C.P.H. Gilbert in 1899, is notable for its distinctive gold ram's head carvings adorning a handsome muted green and masonry facade. The 19-unit co-op features a beautiful roof deck, key-lock elevator, full-time super, a common laundry room, bike storage, individual storage units and excellent access to public transportation (1, C, E, F and M train lines.) Cinepolis, The Gotham Comedy Club, The Chelsea Hotel, Forager's Market and Whole Foods are all right outside your door.

Features & Amenities

Interior

Total Bedrooms 2
Total Bathrooms 2
Full Bathrooms 2
Appliances Dryer, Washer

Exterior

Stories 7

Area & Lot

Status Sold
MLS® ID RPLU-5121317873
Type Residential
Year Built 1920
Neighborhood Chelsea
Architecture Styles Prewar

Financial

SALES PRICE $1,750,000
HOA Fees $2,848
Brandon Mason

“Ultra-stylish, expansive, gracious one-of-a-kind, classic prewar loft.”

Overview for Chelsea, NY

54,847 people live in Chelsea, where the median age is 42 and the average individual income is $111,735. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

54,847

Total Population

42 years

Median Age

High

Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.

$111,735

Average individual Income

Chelsea: Where Art, Culture, and Style Converge

 

Welcome to Chelsea

Nestled on the west side of Manhattan, Chelsea is a dynamic and eclectic neighborhood celebrated for its thriving art scene, fashionable boutiques, and diverse culinary offerings. From the iconic High Line to the renowned galleries along West 24th Street, Chelsea embodies a unique blend of creativity and sophistication. Join us as we explore the highlights of this vibrant and trendsetting Manhattan enclave.

Getting There

Chelsea is conveniently accessible by subway, with the A/C/E and 1/2/3 lines serving the area. Its central location makes it easily reachable from other parts of Manhattan, offering both residents and visitors a seamless experience.

High Line: Urban Oasis

The High Line, a former elevated railway turned urban park, is a defining feature of Chelsea. Walk along this green oasis to enjoy public art installations, lush gardens, and panoramic views of the city. The High Line seamlessly integrates nature into the urban landscape, providing a tranquil escape.

Chelsea Market: Culinary Delights

Chelsea Market, housed in a historic factory building, is a food lover's paradise. Explore the diverse array of vendors offering gourmet foods, artisanal products, and international cuisines. From fresh seafood at the Lobster Place to decadent treats at Amy's Bread, Chelsea Market is a culinary haven.

Gallery District: Art Mecca

Chelsea is renowned for its Gallery District, concentrated around West 24th Street. Explore contemporary art at esteemed galleries like Gagosian Gallery, David Zwirner, and Pace Gallery. The neighborhood's artistic energy extends beyond the galleries, with street art and public installations adorning the streets.

Fashionable Boutiques on King's Road

King's Road, also known as Seventh Avenue, is a fashion destination featuring stylish boutiques and designer stores. Explore local fashion at STORY or discover curated selections at Anthropologie. Chelsea's fashion scene reflects the neighborhood's trendsetting style.

Chelsea Piers: Recreational Haven

Chelsea Piers, situated along the Hudson River, offers a myriad of recreational activities. From sports facilities and golf driving ranges to bowling alleys and a skydiving simulator, Chelsea Piers provides diverse options for fitness and entertainment with waterfront views.

The High Line Hotel: Architectural Gem

The High Line Hotel, housed in a historic red-brick building, is a distinctive architectural gem in Chelsea. The hotel's courtyard, adorned with a beautiful garden, exudes charm and offers a tranquil retreat within the bustling neighborhood.

Culinary Diversity on Ninth Avenue

Ninth Avenue is a culinary hotspot, featuring an array of restaurants, cafes, and eateries. Indulge in global cuisines, from sushi at Morimoto to Mexican delights at Tacombi. Ninth Avenue's diverse dining options cater to every palate.

Chelsea Waterside Park: Family-Friendly Spaces

Chelsea Waterside Park provides family-friendly spaces with playgrounds, sports facilities, and waterfront views. The park is a gathering place for locals and offers a scenic backdrop for outdoor activities and relaxation.

Community Events and Chelsea Art Walk

Chelsea hosts community events, including the Chelsea Art Walk, which celebrates the neighborhood's artistic spirit. Galleries, studios, and businesses open their doors to the public, creating a dynamic atmosphere that showcases Chelsea's cultural diversity.

Final Thoughts

Chelsea invites you to immerse yourself in its artistic allure, savor its culinary delights, and experience a neighborhood that seamlessly combines creativity and urban sophistication. Whether wandering along the High Line, exploring art galleries, or indulging in Chelsea's diverse culinary scene, the neighborhood offers a vibrant and trendsetting experience at every turn.

Around Chelsea, NY

There's plenty to do around Chelsea, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

98
Walker's Paradise
Walking Score
96
Biker's Paradise
Bike Score
100
Rider's Paradise
Transit Score

Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including Oak & Honey Catering, Katsu Sushi, and The Brandwein Group.

Name Category Distance Reviews
Ratings by Yelp
Dining 3.05 miles 16 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 0.85 miles 8 reviews 5/5 stars
Shopping 0.86 miles 24 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 1.15 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 2.36 miles 9 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 1.16 miles 9 reviews 5/5 stars
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