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140 West 22nd Street

Condo, Prewar
51 units
  • 51 RESIDENCES
  • 12 STORIES
  • BUILT 1911

The Details

About 140 West 22nd Street

The "Clement Clarke" was built in 1911 as an industrial manufacturing company and stunningly converted to condos in 2008 by award winning architect Stephen Alton who made a bold contemporary statement while retaining the old-world allure for which pre-war Chelsea is known. The elegant facade has been restored to its original glory with all-new over-sized double-hung windows now gracing all the ...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Central laundry room
  • Common roof deck
  • Common terrace
  • High-speed internet
  • Package room
  • Private storage

Units

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Get to know Chelsea/Hudson Yards

Sitting to the south of 34th Street and to the north of 14th Street and the West Village, much of Chelsea shares a similar feeling as that neighborhood — albeit on the grid instead of the Village’s charming if baffling maze of streets. You’ll find cozy restaurants and independent boutiques on side streets and a busy nightlife scene along Eighth Avenue (and nearby). The neighborhood also has, however, some things you won’t find south of 14th Street, including around 200 art galleries, mostly in the 20s west of 10th Avenue. The High Line, which runs along old repurposed elevated light-rail tracks, is among New York’s most visited sites and serves as an unusual leafy spine for Chelsea. It now ends at one of New York’s most exciting developments in recent years, Hudson Yards, with its much-photographed Vessel, the new arts space the Shed, and some of New York’s best shopping and dining.

Chelsea/Hudson Yards Neighborhood Guide
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