The Seymour living room

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:

The Seymour 1A

Here is one-bedroom Unit 6E, asking $1.405 million:

The Seymour 6E

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.

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