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Building: Chelsea Enclave

177 9th Avenue, New York, NY, 10011

Building Description

Chelsea Enclave, developed by The Brodsky Organization, and designed by Polshek Partnership Architects, features 53 naturally luxurious layouts with classic proportions and interiors by Alan Wanzenberg Architects. Located between 20th and 21st streets on Ninth Avenue, Chelsea Enclave marries exceptional design and new construction with one of the most charming and peaceful settings in all of Manhattan. Adjoining the eastern edge of the General Theological Seminary, the oldest continuously operating seminary in the United States, Chelsea Enclave blends seamlessly with the Seminary’s striking, Gothic Revival buildings. The Seminary buildings, some of Chelsea’s earliest historic structures, encircle “The Close” – a block long enclosed garden filled with expansive lawns and mature trees. The one to four bedroom residences share this tucked-away block of open green space, offering residents outstanding views and access to this serene, cloister-like park.

Building Amenities

  • Bike Room
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Live-in Super
  • Parking Available
Location
  • NYC Storm Zone 2

Building facts

Architect: Polshek Partnership Architects
Developer: The Brodsky Organization
Interiors: Alan Wanzenberg Architects
Sales office addr: 177 Ninth Avenue
Sales start: October 2008

Sales - 2 active

$13,900,000 
 
6 rooms, 4 beds
3 baths, 1 half bath
3,452 ft²
$7,500,000 
 
6 rooms, 3 beds
3 baths

Rentals - 2 active / 1 in contract

$18,000  
 
4 rooms, 2 beds
2 baths, 1 half bath
1,726 ft²
$14,500  
 
4 rooms, 2 beds
2 baths, 1 half bath
1,717 ft²
$6,700  
  IN CONTRACT
3.5 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath, 1 half bath
965 ft²

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