456 West 19th Street condominium built in 2009 was designed of 10 floors and 22 double-height ceiling duplex apartments unlike any other. Distinct as the building’s exterior, 456 West 19th Street condominium is at the epicenter of the dynamic West Chelsea art gallery district.
The twenty two duplex residences have the most significant space and double height ceilings that are not found elsewhere at this scale and number, particularly with apartments ranging in size from 1,100 to 3,000 square foot lofts like this. These residence’s interiors feature dramatic expanses of industrial steel windows that create an enormous amount of window area letting in expansive views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline, along with a large amount of natural light. Interior spaces were further designed with a warm and refined look while taking advantage of the open loft space. Apartments have beautiful 10" wide-plank oak flooring, multi-zoned central air-conditioning, washer-dryer and some apartments with gas -burning fireplaces and terraces.
The center island Chefs kitchens are full equipped with top-of-the-line appliances from Miele and Sub-Zero, custom Vola fixtures by Arne Jacobsen, additionally with custom white corian countertops, backsplash, and integral sink.
Bathrooms feature Italian marble honed Calcutta gold flooring, glass mosaic wall tile, and luxurious custom teak cabinetry replete with steam shower and deep soaking tub that are as refined as they are functional.
Building’s amenities include 24 hour doorman, a common garden, and private storage room for each apartment and the building is registered for LEED certification.
456 West 19th Street condominium’s location gives you great and easy access to much of Downtown Manhattan’s nightspots, galleries, museums, and performance venues that it is so famously known for. You are literally walking distance to many spectacular restaurants, nightlife and shopping, mere steps to the lush Highline Park, Meatpacking District, the much anticipated new Whitney Museum, famous Eataly, Madison Square Park, and close to the Old Homestead Steak House, Farmers Market, Union Square, Greenwich Village, public transportation, and quick drive to the Lincoln Tunnel entrance.
Written by John Diamantopoulos