Whether a reference to the Latin word meaning “star” or the lesser-known rare gold coin of the late 19th century, Stella Tower is aptly named.
JDS Development Group, Property Markets Group, and Starwood Capital Group (the trio behind Chelsea’s Walker Tower) officially opened sales at Ralph Walker’s iconic Art Deco building, although a few sales have already moved forward quietly over the last few weeks.
Potential residents will be paying anywhere from $1.8 million to $6.2 million to walk from the classic front entrance into the gorgeous lobby and luxury apartments featuring top tier finishes such as hand-laid oak and Black Zeus marble flooring, Waterworks fixtures, Nanz hardware, and custom millwork, along with handcrafted Smallbone kitchens, towering ceilings and private outdoor space.
Four extraordinary penthouse residences (sorry, but one $ 50.9 million penthouse has already been sold) feature spacious floorplans, wood burning fireplaces, and spacious outdoor terraces with magnificent views unique for the neighborhood, as the 18-story Stella was built before height limits were established in the Hell’s Kitchen.
And though the building harkens from the early twentieth century, its conveniences are thoroughly modern, with a 24-hour attended lobby, fully-equipped fitness center and temperature controlled grocery storage.
[Via New York Observer]
Neighborhoods : Hell's Kitchen