Architecturally designed by Michael Schmitt and interiorly designed by Gustavo Martinez, the Carriage House Chelsea – 159 West 24th Street is a historic building constructed years before the war. Owing its name to its very own history, Carriage House was initially built as a horse stable. It was then renovated to house some of New York’s very first automobiles. Fast-track to modern times, Carriage House is now a mid-rise residential condominium located in the Chelsea neighborhood.
Carriage House boasts of a prime location since it is surrounded by exclusive boutiques, high-end restaurants, and artistic galleries. Residents of the condominium project won’t have to walk far to see some action. Tourists frequent the area and there is always something new to discover in the neighborhood. Just a few blocks away are the Madison Square Park and High Line Park.
Home to 24 luxurious apartments, Carriage House features units that have white-oak flooring and high ceilings that range anywhere from 9 to 11 feet. Each interior is a mix of brick, cast iron, and oak but the traditional appearance is contrasted by top-of-the-line appliances such as customized Italian cabinetry, Bosch washer and dryer, Wolf cooktop and oven, and Sub-Zero refrigerator. The bathroom is adorned with Ceasar stone countertops, Zuma soaking tub, and Dombracht faucet. It is also furnished with a wall-mounted flat screen television so you can simply relax the night away after coming home from a tiring day at work.
As if these luxuries are not enough, the condominium’s amenities are to die for. Parking spaces, which are extremely rare in New York City properties, are available to residents of Carriage House. Friends and other visitors who come to visit are welcomed by the building’s 24-hour doorman and you can party on the weekends at the rooftop deck where a barbecue grill is available for you to really make the most of the festivities.