The 22-duplex apartment 456 West 19th Street is located just at the southeast corner of 10th Avenue. The dark brown masonry may be a bit monotonous compared to other flashy buildings in the area but the apartment building’s curvilinear top and well-proportioned architecture is sure to make you a proud resident of the property. Developed by Cary Tamarkin and Westport Capital Partners, LLC, 456 West 19th Street is actually reminiscent of the Starrett-Lehigh Building, considered to be one of the city’s most famous buildings that reflect modern architecture.
Eco-friendly condos are rare, which makes 456 West 19th Street a highly-coveted property. Every apartment in the LEED-certified building feature FSC-certified white-oak floors, filtered air and water supply, and floor-to-ceiling windows that block UV rays. Additionally, Isamu Noguchi’s Akari light sculpture brightens up the living room while Miele and Sub-Zero appliances decorate the kitchen’s elegant design. Bathrooms are furnished with teak cabinetry and Calcutta gold flooring. Rain showers, soaking tubs, double vanities, and powder rooms complete the interior of every bathroom’s relaxing ambiance.
Building amenities include a beautiful rooftop deck, private storage rooms, a steam room, and parking spaces. A stunning garden completes the environment-friendly 10-story Manhattan condo located just a few blocks away from The High Line Park.