High Style on the High Line
Exceptional 3,000 SqFt full-floor residence at 505 West 19th Street with three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and 360-degree panoramic views. Key-locked elevators open directly into the apartment, featuring 10'2" ceilings, abundant light from oversized 8' casement windows, and 5" plank white oak floors. Enjoy gracious living and effortless entertaining in the grandly scaled 36' by 18' living and dining room. The chef's kitchen includes custom cabinetry of gray stained quarter-sawn white oak with leather-wrapped brass handles, brass trim, and brushed Absolute Black granite countertops. Appliances by Miele and Sub-Zero include a convection oven, speed oven, gas cooktop with vented hood, warming drawer, wine refrigerator, and custom paneled dishwasher.
The corner master bedroom suite includes two walk in closets, linen closet, and a separate study. The windowed en suite master bathroom features travertine walls, radiant heated Bianco Dolomiti floors, double vanities with separate sinks, walk-in shower, deep soaking tub, water closet, and fixtures by Waterworks. Completing the residence are a service entrance with mud room and laundry, closet storage systems by California Closets, and motorized window shades throughout.
Built in 2015 with architecture and interior design by the renowned Thomas Juul-Hansen, 505 West 19th Street is a boutique 35-unit condominium with 24-hour concierge, resident manager, fitness center, and private residential, bike, and cold storage. Its two modernist ten-story buildings flank West Chelsea's High Line elevated park, rising from a refined glass and dark metal podium, with their joint entry lobby spanning directly below the High Line. The lobby's expansive skylight exposes the skeleton of the High Line, the original columns of which puncture through the entry interiors.
The rapidly growing High Line neighborhood is home to the new Whitney Museum, over 50 contemporary art galleries (including Gagosian, Lehman Maupin, David Zwirner, Gladstone, and Pace to name a few), the Avenues school, numerous restaurants, Chelsea Cove, and Chelsea Piers, and is adjacent to the Meatpacking District and shops of Chelsea Market. Across the street, the Hudson River Greenway's walking and bike paths stretch the full length of Manhattan's West Side from the Battery to the George Washington Bridge. The West Chelsea Gallery District and Meatpacking District include architecturally significant luxury condominiums and commercial projects by Herzog & de Meuron, Frank Geary, Shigeru Ban, and Jean Nouvel. To the north, Related's Hudson Yards is New York City's newest neighborhood, which in its current phase comprises 26 acres including six million square feet of commercial office space; the Bloomberg Culture Shed designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro; a one million square foot retail center including the first Neiman Marcus in New York City; restaurants from fine dining to fast casual including Estiatorio Milos, Thomas Keller's TAK Room, Fuku, and Sweetgreen; luxury condominium residences; and 14 acres of public open space. To the south, HFZ -- which also developed 505 West 19th Street -- is developing The XI, a full city block with architecture by Bjarke Ingels, 237 luxury condominium residences, and North America's first Six Senses Hotel & Spa, with unsurpassed lifestyle and personal wellness services ranging from a sleep doctor, to magnesium pools, to dining based on local and sustainable ingredients.SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.