Guys, we know how you struggle to find the perfect apartment to display your collection of abstracts in the NYC area. Well, worry no longer as Turret Architects place a home designed for the avid collector right in the thick of the Chelsea gallery quarter, envisioned as a “blank canvas” for you not so blank canvases. 6500 square foot, three floors make full use of a narrow space, as you’d expect, natural light a priority the home uses glass walls wherever possible, flooding the double height rooms. If that wasn’t enough, the penthouse, pulled away from the front and rear facades, offers a sizeable landscaped terrace and panoramic views of the midtown skyline, the Highline and the Hudson River.
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