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About 100 11th Ave New York, NY 10011
Unrivaled views of the Hudson River, this 3,000+ square foot residence in West Chelsea's premier luxury condominium by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel offers 11 foot ceilings and floor to ceiling windows. Upon entering you are greeted by a gallery, fit for an art collection, leading to the two separate living spaces which allow for great entertaining. The master bedroom features an en-suite master bath and walk in closet, complete with views of the river and Statue of Liberty. The second and third bedrooms also have en-suite baths and tremendous river views. Off the entry gallery you will find the powder room with city views of the Empire State Building as well as the laundry room with plenty of storage space. 100 Eleventh Ave is a stone's throw from the lively Meatpacking District, Chelsea Market, High Line Park and the Whitney Museum. The building's entrance is flanked by world-famous art galleries – David Zwirner and Michael Rosenfeld – on one of the most highly recognized blocks in NY with buildings designed by 3 Pritkzer Prize winners: Jean Nouvel, Frank Gehry and Shigeru Ban. Building amenities include 24-hour concierge and doorman, a pool, a gym and a sauna.
Chelsea plays a major role in Manhattan's contemporary arts scene, combining the intellectual and social rigors of a close-knit community with a modern emphasis on growing economic opportunities in both art and business. This neighborhood is ideal for those looking to engage in the hustle and bustle of downtown Manhattan.
Lying east of the Hudson River and south of the Lincoln Tunnel, this densely populated neighborhood has transformed from humble beginnings. You'll discover plenty of rehabilitated warehouses that have been redeveloped into art galleries and studios, while tree-lined neighborhoods promote outdoor activity and provide beautiful scenery. Chelsea stands as a central hub for newcomers to Manhattan while still providing economic security for its long-term residents.