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The Seymour is gracefully ascending at 261 West 25th Street in Chelsea.

Located between Seventh and Eighth avenues, the 12-story, 49-unit project by Naftali Group will serve up a brick-and-metal facade by architect Goldstein, Hill & West. McGinley Design infused the lobby and amenities space with the feel of a boutique hotel, while Rottet Studio designed the classically detailed interiors.

Pricing for available units ranges from $1.405 million for a 783-square-foot one-bedroom to $4.865 million for a 2,029-square-foot three-bedroom penthouse. Residences feature 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 offer Calcutta Tucci marble imported from Italy, pure white Glassos flooring and Grohe polished chrome fixtures.

The leafy crown jewel of the building’s amenities is a brick and ivy garden, which leads to an airy gym on one side and a lounge with fireplace and pool table on the other. Residents can also take advantage of a media room, a “quiet” library and a roof deck with lounge area and outdoor kitchen.

Stribling Marketing Associates is handling sales at the property. Occupancy is expected in the third quarter of 2015.

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