Luxury tower offering 24,000 s/f of space in latest 'it' spot.Chelsea Landmark, a 38-story, luxury rental building, is nearing completion in Chelsea. The building, with its residential entrance located at 55 W. 25th St., features approximately 24,300 s/f of retail space.
Bruce Spiegel, senior managing director of commercial leasing for Rose Associates, Inc., is marketing the retail space. Chelsea Landmark is a joint development of Marine Estates and Rose Associates. Rose, the New York-based developer and manager, is the exclusive leasing agent for both the residential and retail space at the building.
"The Chelsea neighborhood is a thriving, dynamic retail market that is very popular with New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of residents, workers and visitors," said Spiegel. "New residential developments such as Chelsea Landmark are pushing the retail scene along Sixth Avenue further uptown past 23rd Street. Our new building offers high quality retail space in a distinctive property that would be ideal for retailers seeking high profile space in Chelsea."
Chelsea Landmark's retail component includes approximately 17,000 s/f of street-level retail space, with frontage along the entire eastern block front of Sixth Avenue between West 25th and West 26th streets, as well as significant frontage on West 25th and West 26th streets. Chelsea Landmark also offers approximately 7,300 s/f of lower-level retail space.
Designed by Costas Kondylis Costas Kondylis and Partners, LLP, is an architectural firm headquartered in Manhattan. Their influence on New York City’s skyline has been commented on by New York Living Magazine & Partners, the development is located along the northern side of Chelsea, one of Manhattan's most exciting neighborhoods. Fine restaurants, a bustling bus·tle 1
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The full-service, doorman building, which will be ready for occupancy in late April 2007, features 406 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with 9- to 11-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling corner windows offering abundant natural light, white oak plank floors, and modern kitchens with state-of-the art appliances.
Chelsea Landmark will boast a variety of amenities including an exclusive health club with a state-of-art fitness center, yoga/pilates studio, aqua spa and social sauna sauna
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