Renderings via seymournyc.com
The Seymour, an exquisitely tailored new development by The Naftali Group in Chelsea, launched sales last month.
Located at 261 West 25th Street, the 12-story, 49-unit project takes its name from the Seymour Club, a historic club run by New York’s 18th governor, Horatio Seymour, at that very site in the late 1800s.
The Naftali Group tapped architect Goldstein, Hill & West to create a brick-and-metal facade replete with the neighborhood’s heritage and charm. McGinley Design crafted the lobby and amenities space, while Rottet Studio did the interior design.
The one- to three-bedroom condominiums range in size from 720 square feet to 2,029 square feet, and pricing starts from $1.2 million. The rich interiors feature large floor-to-ceiling casement windows, wire brushed solid oak floors and kitchens with warm rift cut oak cabinetry, hand-stitched leather-wrapped hardware, Calcutta Gold backsplash and appliances by Bertazzoni, Miele and Sub-Zero. The bathrooms are enrobed in Calcutta Tucci marble imported from Italy, pure white Glassos flooring and Grohe polished chrome fixtures.
Below are the latest units on the market, starting with a garden-level two-bedroom asking $2.575 million:
Here is one-bedroom Unit 6E, asking $1.405 million:
The building’s amenities, centered around a herringbone brick courtyard, include a full-time doorman, concierge service, fitness center, resident lounge with fireplace, screening lounge, individual private storage units and bicycle storage. Also available for purchase is a private rooftop cabana with Manhattan views.
Occupancy is expected in the third quarter of 2015.