21 West 20th Street burst onto the market in December with a stainless steel exterior and a heart full of penthouses.
Now, the Gale International project in Flatiron has released the first of its full-floor two-bedrooms.
The two available units both measure 1,302 square feet. Unit 2 on the third floor is asking $2.495 million, while Unit 5 on the sixth floor is asking $2.69 million. The building’s facade of blackened steel, glass and stone was designed by Beyer Blinder Belle; MR Architecture + Decor crafted the interiors.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom residences have direct elevator access, open entertaining space, white oak flooring, in-unit washer/dryer, air purification system and storage closets that can accommodate bicycles or strollers. The kitchen features marble countertops, white oak cabinetry, a stainless steel backsplash and appliances by Miele. For additional privacy, the bedrooms are located in the rear of the apartment. The master bedroom comes with his-and-her closets, and the master bath is lined with cream limestone flooring.
Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, lounge with kitchenette, garden with al fresco seating, refrigerated storage, a pet wash room, bicycle storage and private storage available for purchase, with the potential to convert into a climate-controlled wine cellar. The development is pursuing a 421a tax abatement and targeting LEED Certification.
Look at the floorplans here.