This exceptional duplex penthouse designed by AD 100 Architect Steven Harris blends modern and traditional design across 4,596 SF+/- with 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 1 half bathrooms, and private elevator entry. With an impressive 1,040 SF+/- of exterior space, the residence offers rare north, south, east, and west exposure with sweeping city views from the Hudson River to the Empire State Building.
Situated in West Chelsea directly across from Gagosian, this residence is centrally located in the heart of Manhattan’s Arts District surrounded by extraordinary galleries, shops, and restaurants. Experience renowned parks including The High Line, Hudson River Park, Chelsea Piers, Chelsea Cove, and Little Island.
Immerse yourself in the West Chelsea lifestyle at this remarkable residence featuring exquisite interiors, expansive entertainment space, and multiple outdoor terraces with incredible city views.
Retreat to the study that boasts a wood-burning fireplace with a marble mantle by Rosa Levanto and access to the northern and western-facing terraces. 560 West 24th Street is one of the last buildings in New York City equipped with functional wood-burning fireplaces.
The light-filled primary bedroom features a wood-burning fireplace, a massive walk-in closet with custom built-ins, and a private western-facing terrace with magnificent sunset views over the Hudson. Rejuvenate in the spa-like primary bathroom with a soaking tub and large walk-in shower. The space is decorated with marble accents including Calacatta gold marble floors with radiant heat, and a Bianco Dolomiti honed marble countertop supporting a dual vanity.
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