650 Avenue of the Americas - Chelsea
The Cammeyer is a prewar mid-rise located in the hip neighborhood of Chelsea. The building was converted as recent as 2007 into a number luxury New York apartments. These spaces feature stunning sliding glass walls that separate large living rooms from the bedrooms.
The kitchen is a favorite among residents, featuring white wood flooring. Poggenpohl cabinetry is spread throughout the kitchen and around the Cammeyer’s modern appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Thermador oven and Miele dishwasher.
The minimalistic design of the bathroom is becoming commonplace in many luxury spaces. The Cammeyer’s bathrooms come with Waterworks Chord bathtubs, durite-paneled floors and walls, Dornbracht showerheads and polished chrome fixtures. The bathroom comes in a mix of brown and white, with ample space for residents to do their own decorating.
The Cammeyer provide a number of amenities, including a 3600-square foot rooftop terrace, offering astounding views of the city. With a fitness center equipped by Cybex, residents can look forward to top-of-the-line equipment. Concierge service is offered for an extra fee. A storage site and temperature-controlled wine cellar round out the amenities.
Chelsea is a vivid and animated neighborhood, certainly the most hip in the city. People frequent this area of the city as it offers a cool, artistic atmosphere. The Cammeyer offers a clean, modern answer to Chelsea living. With the contemporary design and central location close to galleries, boutiques, restaurants and nightspots, the Cammeyer is a choice place to live.
Apartments for sale
- 24-hour Doorman and Concierge
- Attractive Lobby
- Fully Staffed On-site Management Team
- Good Public Transportation
- Great Subway Connections
- High Ceilings
- Prime Chelsea Location
- Spectacular City Views
- State-of-the-Art Fitness Center by Cybex
- No Garage
- No Pool
- Baruch College
- Fashion Insitute of Technology
- General Theological Seminary
- New School University
- Pasific College of Oriental Medicine
- School of Visual Arts
- Madison Square Park
- Trader Joe's
- Whole Foods
- Empire State Building
- Theodore Roosevelt House