Perched on the 19th floor of Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel's West Chelsea masterpiece, this sleek 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home features breathtaking views of downtown Manhattan, the uptown skyline, and Hudson River.
Upon entry, a long gallery hall with a powder room offers ample wall space to hang art and provides the entrance for each bedroom, all equipped with luxurious en suite full bathrooms. At the end of the gallery is the sun-filled and generously sized living/dining room and open kitchen. This expansive great room boasts a gas fireplace and is wrapped in floor to ceiling windows in a multi-faceted arrangement, providing Southern, Eastern and Northern full city views. The sleek and functional stainless steel chef's kitchen features top of the line appliances, two separate wine refrigerators and space for kitchen island seating, formal dining and a breakfast bar to take in the incredible Empire State Building views.
The oversized master suite boasts a fully outfitted walk in closet and a spa like master bath with separate stall shower and a customized Kohler tub and a picture window facing directly towards the Freedom Tower. Sleek custom interiors by Cheryl Lucas include additional lighting, textured wall coverings, motorized shades and built-ins throughout. With 2,674 square feet of grand living, this stunning home also features sparkling imported terrazzo floors, washer/dryer and soaring 11 foot ceilings.
Completed in 2009, 100 Eleventh Avenue is located at the vibrant intersection of the Meatpacking District, West Chelsea Gallery District and Hudson Yards. The building features 24/7 doorman and concierge services, newly renovated fitness center with sauna and steam rooms, a private 70-foot indoor/outdoor lap pool and common garden. Additional assessment of $1,091/month.
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