Inkwell, located at 520 West 45th Street in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, is a unique residential condominium that was once a turn-of-the-century public schoolhouse. This building, which was originally built in 1905 and has since been converted into 18 distinct residences, blends the charm and history of New York City with modern living. The units at Inkwell feature oversized windows, custom-made cabinetry, millwork, and soaring 13-foot ceilings, creating spacious and distinctive living spaces.
The building has been meticulously transformed to cater to contemporary tastes while preserving its historical essence. Residents can enjoy modern amenities such as a 24-hour concierge, central air conditioning, a gym, and outdoor space, among others. The developer, The Gotham Organization, alongside SLCE Architects, ensured that every detail, from the locally handcrafted custom lighting to the elegant interior touches, reflects the rich history and vibrant culture of New York City.
Inkwell stands as a testament to Hell's Kitchen's evolution, embracing modern influences without losing the neighborhood's iconic charm.