4 West 21st Street
4 West 21st Street, designed by the famous architect Hugh Hardy, is a unique address in Manhattan’s Chelsea district. Its façade is a reinterpretation of the cast-iron lofts of the neighboring buildings, but with a unique touch of shimmering glass and stainless steel. It is home to 57 condo units within 17 stories.
Each of the units has beautiful oak flooring and 10-foot ceilings, matched with floor-to-ceiling windows to add to the spaciousness of the room. There is a large kitchen, chef-designed with a line of glossed lacquer cabinetry, and top-of-the-line appliances such as Miele and Sub-Zero. The bathrooms are likewise constructed with custom-made cabinetry and premium fixtures, including Kohler tubs and showers. The units also feature solid core doors and custom closets from California Closets. Select apartments have their own washer and dryer.
The building has 24-hour concierge service and a 24-hour doorman to assist its residents. There are an array of other amenities including a gym, a landscaped private garden, on-site parking, and a laundry room. There is also a video security system installed within the building.
With its busy neighborhood, everything residents could want is just within reach, as there are tons of restaurants, a shopping center, and a variety of other sources of commerce.. A number of subway lines are conveniently located near this new development to accommodate commuters and frequent travelers.
- 24-hour Doorman and Concierge
- Close to Many Restaurants and Shops
- Elegant Lobby
- Fully Equipped Fitness Center
- Good Public Transportation
- Great Closet Space
- Great Subway Connections
- Landscaped Private Garden
- On-site Parking
- Video Security System
- No Balconies
- Baruch College
- Fashion Insitute of Technology
- Hunter College
- New School University
- Pasific College of Oriental Medicine
- School of Visual Arts
- The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art
- Gramercy Park
- Madison Square Park
- Union Square Park
- Trader Joe's
- Whole Foods
- Empire State Building
- Theodore Roosevelt House