Originally a public school house, Inkwell is a turn of the century Hell’s Kitchen jewel. It has been separated in 18 unique dwellings each with their own personality.
The units have New York City wove into their very fabric; even the custom lighting was handcrafted here. Oversized windows, custom-made cabinetry and millwork and 13-foot ceilings create living spaces unique to the area.
The neighborhood may have gentrified, but Inkwell is the longtime resident that simply adapted rather than being pushed out. It adjusted to the new influence on the neighborhood while retaining the charm of what the neighborhood is known for.