Actor Vincent Gallo Asks $2.95M for His Chelsea Pad at Jean Nouvel Building

Posted On Tue, January 27, 2015 By

Posted On Tue, January 27, 2015 By In Celebrities, Chelsea, Cool Listings, Starchitecture

Actor and filmmaker Vincent Gallo is ready to bid adieu to his Chelsea pad. According to the NYDN, Gallo has listed his apartment for $2.95 million—about a $1 million more than what he paid for it two years ago. The one-bedroom home is located on the fifth floor of starchitect Jean Nouvel’s glassy creation at 100 Eleventh Avenue. A few highlights of Gallo’s space include a curved wall of glass and a floor-to-ceiling pivoting glass door that opens to a den with a private terrace.

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The open plan living/dining/kitchen space features voluminous ceilings, terrazzo floors and views from the curved wall made up of distinct, individually-shaped windows. A chef’s kitchen boasts a cooking island and top-of-the-line appliances.

100 11th avenue 5b

100 11th avenue 5b

A pivoting glass door opens to a den with a private balcony that looks onto a sculptural atrium constructed of steel and glass, which includes the fantastic suspended irrigated tree box installation.

The building itself is one of the city’s most notable and stands out even in architecturally diverse Chelsea. Its prime location also puts it just a stone’s throw away from the High Line Park as well as some of the city’s best restaurants and shops.

[Listing: 100 Eleventh Avenue 5B by Leonard Steinberg and Herve Senequier at Compass]

[100 Eleventh Avenue at CityRealty]

[Via NYDN]

Images courtesy of Compass

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