246 West 17th Street is a 10-story structure that houses spacious and luxurious apartments which give residents the freedom to choose among the one-, two- or three-bedroom layouts. Built in 1925, the building was first a brick garage; in fact, the first three floors are reserved as parking spaces. It was renovated by Architect Ed Rawlings, who worked on the project and reconstructed every floor from the fourth floor and up.
Located on 17th Street just right between 7th and 8th Avenue, this residential project prides itself in being more functional than fashionable. The simple façade fits perfectly well within the block, providing property owners a more casual and relaxed feel compared to other residential properties in the area.
Each apartment in the building boasts of walk-in closets, private terraces, washers/dryers, state-of-the-art kitchen appliances such as Sub-Zero refrigerators and Miele appliances and extra rooms which you can convert to an office, recreation room or baby’s room. Additionally, some one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments have media rooms that can be converted to an extra bedroom for guests or visitors.
Typical of Chelsea apartments, the interiors of the properties feature floor-to-ceiling windows and Oakwood floors so owners can take in the breathtaking view of Manhattan while enjoying the adequate and natural light that shines through the living room and bedrooms. The bathrooms are equally elegant, equipped with soaking tubs and showerheads for owners to enjoy the rest of the night away.
Concierge and housekeeping services are available should you choose to be truly pampered when you live here. The rooftop deck offers a stunning view of Manhattan where you can hang out with your friends to end the night. On-site parking, private storage units, recreational room and a 24-hour doorman service – these are just some of the luxuries provided to you, which you most certainly deserve.