Annabelle Selldorf’s Reade Chambers interiors revealed

Beamed ceilings, purple ovens dot boutique condo units' design

TRD New York /
Mar.March 03, 2014 05:00 PM

A sneak peek at the Annabelle Selldorf-designed interiors of the Reade Chambers boutique condominiums, which began hitting the market in late January, reveals a minimalist, classic style.

All of the apartments at 64 Reade Street boast 10-to-11-foot ceilings with exposed beams, white oak floors, purple-bottom ovens and brushed-metal backsplashes, newly-unveiled images reveal. Amenities include a gym, playroom, landscaped roof deck and a pet-grooming facility.

Six of the 17 units are currently on the market ranging from $1.69 million for a one-bedroom to $5.5 million for a four-bedroom. Each also comes with basement storage ranging from 60 to 100 square feet, as well as parking spaces on offer for $300,000 a pop.

Developer CBSK Ironstate, a partnership comprising SK Development, Ironstate Development and Charles Blaichman, acquired the site for $22 million in 2012, records show. It was previously owned by developer Fishman Holdings of North America. [Curbed]Julie Strickland

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