21W20, 21 West 20th St, PH1 - Flatiron District, New York
This magnificent full-floor penthouse has been meticulously designed and constructed to create a chic, sexy and dramatic home. An electronic-keyed elevator will bring you directly into this 4,841 square foot exclusive and private sanctuary with two stunning south-facing irrigated terraces. Designed by celebrated interior architect David Mann of MR Architecture + Decor, David has conceived a serene atmosphere suitable for living and entertaining, including incorporating folding glass doors along the terraces that seamlessly disappear to enjoy the rare experience of indoor/outdoor living. This dramatic way of life provides a luxurious lifestyle seldom experienced in New York City. The only WELL and LEED certified multi-family residential building in the world, making 21W20 a unique opportunity to live in an organic masterpiece in one the most sought after areas in NYC, the Flatiron District.This vast four bedroom, four and a half bath home allows for a grand lifestyle with oversized living spaces and tremendous light captured through 100 feet of floor-to-ceiling south-facing windows. A grand living/dining room transitions graciously from the spacious foyer into two separate seating areas accompanied by a beautiful bio-fuel fireplace, solid riff white oak hardwood floors, and opens onto the dramatic living room terrace which is fantastic for entertaining or simply enjoying your morning coffee.The humongous living/dining areas flow naturally to an open professional chef's kitchen, consisting of top-of-the-line appliances, air purification system and fixtures from Miele, Julien, and Grohe. Along with elegant custom solid white oak cabinetry, a stainless steel countertop and backsplash, and a custom 10.5 ft. long olive maroon marble kitchen island. Discreetly concealed adjacent to the kitchen is a butler's pantry; with additional storage, appliances and separate sink perfect for larger scale entertaining.The tranquil master suite is located in the west wing of the apartment, and is a stunning 1,100 square feet with a private south-facing terrace, a wet-bar and kitchenette creating an oasis and escape from the rest of the home. The spa 5-fixture master bath is a respite is like no other, with a freestanding LaCava bathtub as its centerpiece. Driftwood Marble and Novelda Cream Limestone surrounds separate wet and dry areas of the room. A walk-in shower and radiant heated floors complete this experience. In addition, there are dual walk-in closets that provide an abundance of dressing and storage space.This home also has three additional sizable bedroom suites, each with its own exclusive en-suite bath and walk-in closet. There is also a powder room and laundry room complete with sink and full-size washer and dryer and large connecting linen closet. Every detail of this home has been thoughtfully conceived from the gracious layout and private outdoor spaces to the finer details including solid wood doors with polished black nickel hardware that are tastefully placed throughout this magnificent residence. In addition, the penthouse can be controlled and monitored from your smart phone by a Savant Home Automation platform.21W20 is a boutique collection of homes with a 24-hour doorman; private lobby lounge with kitchenette; spacious outdoor garden offering relaxation and seating areas; refrigerated storage for grocery deliveries; private storage available for purchase which can be converted to climate controlled wine storage; secure elevator accessed bicycle storage; large capacity washer and dryer; and pet wash room. 21W20 is the latest offering from Gale International, a world-renowned developer with an extensive history of best in-class offerings. Maintaining Gale International's commitment to sustainable development, 21W20 has been awarded USGBC LEED certification, and 421-a Tax Abatement.. The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from sponsor. File No. CD13-0023. Now with immediate occupancy, only one penthouse remains at 21W20 Flatiron.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman