Fashion designer Reem Acra is selling her 3,200-square-foot spread in the Chelsea Atelier at 245 Seventh Avenue, Luxury Listings reports. The Lebanese-born designer, who made news for having created First Lady Melania Trump’s inauguration-eve dinner gown, purchased two apartments in the building nearly two decades ago. The sprawling, loft-like space, asking $5.5 million, features dramatic art on the walls and ceilings including a wall-sized photo featuring a model wearing one of the designer’s wedding dresses that was used in an ad campaign.
The south- and west-facing combination unit is currently configured as a two-bedroom with enormous rooms and countless closets. It could easily be converted into a four-plus-bedroom home with three-and-a-half baths and still offer a huge sun-filled living space with a separate dining area–and several of those walk-in closets.
Regardless of the room configuration, the apartment’s soaring beamed ceilings, massive windows and two washer/dryer hookups will inspire envy.
Chelsea Atelier offers a 24-hour doorman, an on-site super, private storage and bike storage.
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