Retractable Garage-Style Door Transforms This Chelsea Apartment in an Innovative Way

Posted On Mon, August 11, 2014 By

Posted On Mon, August 11, 2014 By In Chelsea, Cool Listings, Interiors

Some might argue that the best kind of apartment is one that provides a great balance between living and entertaining. And we all want a nice large space to accommodate guests; one complete with an open layout and natural light, no less. Well, this particular Chelsea apartment renovated by set design Philip Messina takes it to the next level. If a large gathering of admiring guests becomes too congested, creating a need for more space, this loft  has a pretty interesting way to add some square footage to the already sizable entertaining space.

147 West 22nd Street, Steven Soderbergh, Jules Asner

This 4,000-square-foot loft takes up the entire second floor of 147 West 22nd Street, with an open floor plan that’s prefect for entertaining. The three bedroom, two bath home has a huge living and dining area accented by more than 40 feet of south-facing CitiQuiet windows keeping the Manhattan city noise far away. Meanwhile a newly renovated kitchen opens up to the rest of the entertaining space, providing a convenient way to host and mingle simultaneously.

147 West 22nd Street, Steven Soderbergh, Jules Asner

The large master bedroom sits in the back of the loft, along with a walk-in closet and a marble en suite spa bath with a Zuma soaking tub and a Carrera marble and steam shower. Right off the master is a “pin-drop” quiet media room where friends and family are bound to enjoy their fair share of movies and sports games.

Additional features of the home include custom stained oak floors, a private elevator, and a basement storage unit. Furthermore, the place is right in the heart of Chelsea, right near Madison Square Park and Chelsea’s best asset: Trader Joe’s.

[Listing: 147 West 22nd Street 2FL by Aimee Scher, Herve Senequier and Leonard Steinberg of Urban Compass]

Photos courtesy of Urban Compass

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