Renderings via seymournyc.com
Naftali Group’s The Seymour in Chelsea has 34 out of 49 units, or about 70 percent of its residences, in contract.
Located at 261 West 25th Street, the 12-story project was named after the Seymour Club, a late 1800s club run by New York’s 18th governor, Horatio Seymour, at the same site. Goldstein, Hill & West designed the classic brick-and-metal facade, while McGinley Design crafted the lobby and amenities space. Rottet Studio designed the interiors.
Sales started in July. The units in contract include PHA, a 2,029-square-foot three-bedroom, and PHB, a 1,773-square-foot three-bedroom. Available units are priced from $1.295 million for a 783-square-foot one-bedroom to $3.835 million for a 1,849-square-foot three-bedroom.
Interiors have 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. Bathrooms feature intricately finished Calcutta Tucci marble, pure white Glassos flooring and Grohe polished chrome fixtures. Master bathrooms are capped off with double sinks, ceiling rain showers and deep tubs.
Amenities include a concierge, media room, library, lounge with fireplace and pool table and a gym that opens to a brick-and-ivy garden. The crowning perk is a roof deck with lounge and outdoor kitchen with city views.
Below is a selection of floorplans for available units:
Occupancy is anticipated for the third quarter of 2015. Stribling Marketing Associates is handling sales at the property.