MLS® ID: RPLU-4402509467
215 Chrystie Street, 28 West
Manhattan, New York, 10002 $6,995,000
This is the first resale at 215 Chrystie, an 11-unit condo that exemplifies the highest standards in architectural design. 28W surpasses all expectations in quality finish. This 1,977 square foot has 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms with spectacular panoramic unobstructed views facing North, South, and West. The exoskeleton, column-free structure, is by the Pritzker-prize winning architects Herzog & de Meuron. Interiors are by iconic minimalist English architect John Pawson. The great room offers a dramatic display: A combined living room and dining room that spans 42 feet surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass. The kitchen is crafted out of walnut cabinets with Basaltina countertops, island, and backsplash. Fully integrated appliances include a Miele 5-burner flush mounted gas cooktop, Wolf 36" oven, Miele 27" warming drawer, Miele 24" under counter wine refrigerator, Miele 24" dishwasher and Miele 24" coffee/espresso machine, and a 33" sink with stainless steel Vola fixtures. The 591 sq.ft. Master Bedroom Suite has rare unobstructed South views and a dressing area with walk-in closets and custom doors. The Master Bathroom includes a custom designed double vanity with an integrated sink, John Pawson custom designed 6' freestanding concrete tub, and a custom designed shower featuring precast concrete floors and walls, oversized rain shower head, and full height glass shower with breathtaking south views over the city. The unit has a washer and dryer and a large powder room.Building Notes: This 11-unit condo has only 2 apartments per floor. There is a fulltime doorman and unit owners have full use of the hotel amenities in the adjoining hip Public Hotel. 215 Chrystie was designed by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron who designed the Tate Modern Museum in London and the Beijing Olympic Bird's Nest stadium among other notable public spaces. Interiors are by minimalist architect John Pawson, who designed London's new Design Museum. Pawson has written books, designed flatware, and has been the subject of a fascinating BBC documentary. "Living With The Future Tilty Barn."