159 W 24th Street
A new loft conversion of a turn-of-the-century carriage house captures the essence of Chelsea loft living. Fabulous open interiors, envisioned by acclaimed designer Gustavo Martinez, feature rich appointments and finely executed details. A maximum of four residences per floor, private parking within the building, a part-time concierge, 24-hour CyberDoorman and landscaped roof deck with outdoor kitchen, exemplify boutique living. Each of the 24 residences offer open kitchens with Wolf gas cook tops, Wolf convection wall ovens, SubZero integrated refrigerators, Bosch integrated dishwashers, Dornbracht fixtures, and custom Italian wood and glass cabinetry. Four and five fixture master baths are accented with Cararra and Absolute White marble, deep Zuma soaking tubs, separate shower enclosures, Kallista fixtures, and radiant heated floors. Bosch washer/dryers are standard in all residences. 7” wide plank solid oak floors are featured in each residence alongside original details including exposed cast iron columns.
55th Street Lofts
Located next to the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, the 55th Street Lofts transformed a former water distillation facility into a 39,000ft2, 24 unit residential building with additional penthouse and terrace levels. Many of the hallmark design features were discovered and detailed in the field during construction. The concrete pan-joists, for example, were sandblasted and patched to reveal unique and dramatic exposed.
48 Canal St.
Residential development project completed in 2001, this Chinatown loft building was converted into seven residential condos. The condos were created utilizing many of the original elements of building including original wood beams, brick walls, etc. The construction was completed in 10 months and Roundtable Builders acted as contractor and developer.