The condo project at 560 West 24th Street is a case study in the synergy between fine arts and luxury homes. Adam Gordon and Tavros Development‘s 11-story building houses not only six full-floor apartments and two duplex penthouses, but also a 4,900-square-foot gallery. Sales began in January 2014, and just two units were left as of press time; they range in price from $7.75 million for a 3,217-square-foot home to $18 million for a 4,596-square-foot penthouse, according to StreetEasy. The building has targeted art collectors with plywood-reinforced interior walls that can support heavy picture frames, gallery-style lighting, and multi-zone climate and humidity controls. Units also feature solid oak floors, bronze window casements and balustrades, and wood-burning fireplaces. Steven Harris designed the building. Occupancy is slated for the second half of this year. Contact www.560w24.com or 212-727-6162.
|NAME||560 West 24th Street||PRICE RANGE||From $7,750,000 to $18,000,000|
|ADDRESS||560 West 24th Street||SIZE RANGE||From 3,217 Sq Ft to 4,596 Sq Ft|
|TYPE||New building||AVG PPSF||$3,162|
|TOTAL UNITS||8||TAX ABATEMENT||No|
|DEVELOPER||Adam Gordon, Tavros Development||AVG COMMON CHARGE||$1.41/sf|
|BROKER||Douglas Elliman||FINISHED BY||Fall/Winter 2014|