Cary Tamarkin’s 508 West 24th Street, adjacent to the High Line, is on the market.
The 10-story, concrete facade building has fifteen residences ranging in size from 2,000 to over 3,300 square feet, with most of the units offering private outdoor space, according to the official site. Tamarkin Co. was the developer and architect. Goldstein, Hill & West was the architect of record. Pricing for available condominiums starts at $4.15 million for a three-bedroom measuring 2,316 square feet and goes up to $10 million for a penthouse measuring 3,018 square feet.
The building’s exterior is set with casement windows and a clock that faces the High Line.
The homes have 10-foot ceilings, private keyed elevator entry, solid rift and quartered white oak floors, in-unit washer/dryer, private dressing rooms in the master suites and kitchens with custom walnut cabinetry, marble slab countertops and Viking/Sub-Zero/Miele appliances. Master bathrooms are accessorized with white oak double vanities, soaking tubs and steam showers with built-in marble benches. Secondary bathrooms have limestone floors and ceramic subway tile walls.
Penthouses will have wood-burning fireplaces, wraparound terraces and ceilings reaching 12 feet.
Amenities include an attended lobby (in a “palette of cypress, concrete and natural cleft slate,” no less), full-time building superintendent, fitness room, intercom and video security system, laundry room with commercial-grade machines, private storage room for each residence, bicycle room and shared courtyard with gas grill.
Now have some renderings from the official site:
Want to see that duplex penthouse floorplan? Of course you do (go here for the other units):
Renderings: 508 West 24th Street