Pre-war elegance meets modern convenience. One of Chelsea's best pre-war co-ops - unique high-rise in a low rise area. Where West Chelsea meets the Highline, near new Highline Hotel, Chelsea Piers, meatpacking district Protected Open Views north and east (cityscape, Empire State Building). Part-time doorperson 4 pm - 12 am, video camera secure bike room, storage room - included in maintenance large laundry room with many machines Pets allowed Rooftap patio with breathtaking views of city, river and New Jersey.
Dishwasher, Freezer, Range / Oven, Refrigerator, Washer / Dryer
CHELSEA COURT TOWER
This handsome, 16-story, apartment building on the northeast corner of Ninth Avenue at 365 West 20th Street is known as Chelsea Court Tower.
It was built in 1928 and was designed by C. P. H. Gilbert, who built many major Manhattan mansions including the Jewish Museum on Fifth Avenue and 92nd Street, the Convent of the Sacred Heart School on Fifth Avenue and 91st Street, Cartier's on Fifth Avenue and 52nd Street, and the Polish Consulate General on Madison Avenue at 37th Street.
This building has 74 co-operative apartments.