101 West 14th Street
101 West 14th Street
New Development | Condo | Chelsea
$1,250,000 - $9,500,000
Culture. Pets. Culinary. Wellness.
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101 West 14th Street is an intriguing new development situated at the nexus of Chelsea and Greenwich Village. A collaboration between developer, Gemini Rosemont, and architect, ODA, the building possesses a bold stacked façade and 44 luxury 1- to 4-bedroom homes with high-end fixtures and finishes. Amenities include a state-of-the-art gym, a private lounge, a lush courtyard, a full-time doorman, private storage, and a stunning rooftop deck with lounge furniture, an outdoor kitchen, and incredible views of the city skyline. Each home within 101 West 14th is a study in refinement and sophisticated design. Features include beautiful wide plank European oak floors, motorized wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows and shades, multi-zone split-system heating and cooling, contactless key fob entry, and a convenient in-unit washer/dryer. Sublime bathrooms feature marble tiling and Toto toilets, while chic kitchens are equipped with waterfall Brazilian marble countertops and backsplashes, rift cut oak and satin glass cabinetry, sleek Signature fixtures, and fully-integrated high-end appliances from Gaggenau and Bosch. 101 West 14th sits on a coveted intersection and is steps from dozens of restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops. It is a short walk to Madison Square, Union Square, and Washington Square Parks, and it is close to The High Line and the Whitney Museum of American Art. It is across the street from the F/M/L subway lines and is minutes from the 1/2/3/4/5/6/N/Q/R/W. *This is a Nest Seekers Exclusive
Chelsea is a popular Manhattan neighborhood marked by an eclectic mixture of townhouses, converted factories, and bold architectural developments. It is known for being a cultural and historical hub for the arts as well as the LGBTQ community, and more recently has emerged as a player in big-tech with names like Google and Apple becoming prominent residents.