Perfect location, contemporary building and exceptional sculpture – all these and more can be found at 305 West 16th Street. Located right at the heart of where New York City’s busiest streets converge – Chelsea, West Village and The Meatpacking District, the modern seven-story condominium is home to 53 apartments one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. 305 West 16th Street is situated at the corner of 8th Avenue and 16th Street, allowing residents to visit nearby cultural and artistic centers.
Furnished with carbonized bamboo floors, every apartment is treated to an abundant supply of natural sunlight. The kitchen is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances such as the Bosch Range and Cooktop, Bosch microwave, Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, and custom-made Italian Cerused Wenge cabinetry. Additionally, all apartments have washers and dryers. The bathrooms, on the other hand, are adorned with Grohe fixtures and other custom Italian vanities.
When it comes to the building’s amenities, the SLCE Architects-designed condominium offers a Zen viewing garden, a 24-hour doorman service and a Pilates station in the fitness station. However, the extraordinary sculpture located in the condominium’s rooftop is possibly one of the reasons why the property is so famous. Created by well-known artist Robert Buchholz, the public art display titled “Perhaps” features a 34-foot-high mosaic daisy sculpture celebrating the artistic and cultural neighborhood where it is home to.