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225 West 25th Street

Apt. 2J
Between Seventh Avenue and Eighth Avenue
Coop
$875,000
Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,282
20% down $175,000
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 1 Subway number F Subway number M Subway number N Subway number R Subway number Q Subway number W Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number B Subway number D Subway number L
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number C 8th Ave - 25th St
Subway number E 8th Ave - 25th St
Subway number 1 7th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number F 6th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number M 6th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number N Broadway - 28th St
Subway number R Broadway - 28th St
Subway number Q Broadway - 28th St
Subway number W Broadway - 28th St
Subway number 2 7th Ave - 32nd St
Subway number 3 7th Ave - 32nd St
Subway number A 8th Ave - 33rd St
Subway number B Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number D Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number L 8th Ave - 16th St
Essentials
Price $875,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3.5
Exposure N, S & E
Key Features
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Beamed Ceiling
Dishwasher
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Herringbone Floors
Modern Kitchen
Parquet Floors
Prewar Detail
Renovated Bathroom
Storage Space

225 West 25th Street #2J is a rare find: a pre-war one bedroom with beautiful, high quality renovations rendered meticulously, and lovingly maintained. Entering this home is like walking into new development with the price tag of a resale coop. It is not to be missed.

This classic, absolutely sprawling Art Deco home combines the best of the era – high ceilings, original wood floors, rounded soffits, a window in every room, a sunken living room, and a separate kitchen – all with custom renovations. The windowed kitchen boasts solid maple Fieldstone Cabinetry from Vermont and soft close drawers, a Caesarstone countertop and backsplash, and all, high-end stainless appliances including Miele, Fischer & Paykel, Jennair and Blomberg.

The windowed entry gallery has an ample foyer closet and plenty of room for dining. If you’d prefer a larger table, step down into the vast living area which absolutely gobbles up your furniture, offering unending possibilities to arrange living, dining and workspace.

The sparkling, contemporary bathroom has a frameless, free standing glass shower with floor to ceiling glass tiles, a recessed, all glass medicine cabinet, a Hansgrohe Raindance shower system, Toto toilet, and all chrome accessories by Grohe.

Just outside the bath are two more closets and the entrance to the south-facing, super-sized bedroom, which easily fits a king bed, side tables, dressers, a vanity and even a comfortable chair. The bedroom closet makes four, and if four closets aren’t enough, this lovely home comes with a large, private storage cage in the basement.

The well-run, 6-floor, 65 unit cooperative at 225 West 25th Street has a fabulous live-in superintendent, a common roof deck, a courtyard, a central laundry room, private storage, a bike room, video security, a lobby and an elevator. It is perfectly situated across the street from Whole Foods, a block from both the 1 and C,E trains, a stone’s throw from the 23rd Street Crosstown bus, the HighLine and all the gyms, restaurants and shopping of Chelsea and, soon, Hudson Yards. The building considers co-purchasing, gifting, pieds-a terre and pets.

Agent
Chelsea/Hudson Yards
Living in Chelsea
Historically, Chelsea has served up grit and glamour in equal measures. In this dynamic neighborhood, new luxury high-rises, a booming nightlife and sophisticated art galleries give way to modest townhouses and quiet residential streets. Chelsea’s former warehouses are now sleek galleries and its abandoned railway has made way for the High Line park, one of Manhattan’s newest and most visited attractions. Residents include a blend of old-timers, young artists and an international crowd. Michelin-starred restaurants sit next door to trendy taco stands, and traditional walk-ups are neighbors with glitzy high-rises. It’s all part of Chelsea's dynamic evolution.
Explore Chelsea/Hudson Yards
225 West 25th Street
225-25 Housing Corp.
This six-floor, 65-unit elevator cooperative is a classic example of late 1930s Art Deco architecture, complete with large living spaces, plenty of closets, sunken living rooms, rounded soffits, recessed shelving and lovely crown and cove, original base and picture rail molding (where preserved). The wonderful layouts create the feeling of a spacious home rather than a cookie cutter apartment. Wide common hallways offer natural light from large windows. A lovely seasonal roof deck and common back yard present ample outdoor space. A central laundry, a storage cage (free!) for each apartment, bike room, video security and a live-in super who takes packages make for a fantastic and comfortable New York City community. Whole Foods is around the corner and Trader Joe's, many health clubs, and some of the best eateries of Chelsea, Hell's Kitchen and Flatiron are in the neighborhood. The building is smack in the middle of the C. E, and 1 trains, not to mention the 23rd and 34th Street crosstown buses.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1939
6 floors
65 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common roof deck
Guarantors allowed
Private storage
Video security

225 West 25th Street
Apt. 2J
Between Seventh Avenue and Eighth Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $875,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $1,282
20% down $175,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3.5
Exposure N, S & E

225 West 25th Street #2J is a rare find: a pre-war one bedroom with beautiful, high quality renovations rendered meticulously, and lovingly maintained. Entering this home is like walking into new development with the price tag of a resale coop. It is not to be missed.

This classic, absolutely sprawling Art Deco home combines the best of the era – high ceilings, original wood floors, rounded soffits, a window in every room, a sunken living room, and a separate kitchen – all with custom renovations. The windowed kitchen boasts solid maple Fieldstone Cabinetry from Vermont and soft close drawers, a Caesarstone countertop and backsplash, and all, high-end stainless appliances including Miele, Fischer & Paykel, Jennair and Blomberg.

The windowed entry gallery has an ample foyer closet and plenty of room for dining. If you’d prefer a larger table, step down into the vast living area which absolutely gobbles up your furniture, offering unending possibilities to arrange living, dining and workspace.

The sparkling, contemporary bathroom has a frameless, free standing glass shower with floor to ceiling glass tiles, a recessed, all glass medicine cabinet, a Hansgrohe Raindance shower system, Toto toilet, and all chrome accessories by Grohe.

Just outside the bath are two more closets and the entrance to the south-facing, super-sized bedroom, which easily fits a king bed, side tables, dressers, a vanity and even a comfortable chair. The bedroom closet makes four, and if four closets aren’t enough, this lovely home comes with a large, private storage cage in the basement.

The well-run, 6-floor, 65 unit cooperative at 225 West 25th Street has a fabulous live-in superintendent, a common roof deck, a courtyard, a central laundry room, private storage, a bike room, video security, a lobby and an elevator. It is perfectly situated across the street from Whole Foods, a block from both the 1 and C,E trains, a stone’s throw from the 23rd Street Crosstown bus, the HighLine and all the gyms, restaurants and shopping of Chelsea and, soon, Hudson Yards. The building considers co-purchasing, gifting, pieds-a terre and pets.

Elevator
Pet Friendly
Beamed Ceiling
Dishwasher
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Herringbone Floors
Modern Kitchen
Parquet Floors
Prewar Detail
Renovated Bathroom
Storage Space
Chelsea/Hudson Yards
Living in Chelsea
Historically, Chelsea has served up grit and glamour in equal measures. In this dynamic neighborhood, new luxury high-rises, a booming nightlife and sophisticated art galleries give way to modest townhouses and quiet residential streets. Chelsea’s former warehouses are now sleek galleries and its abandoned railway has made way for the High Line park, one of Manhattan’s newest and most visited attractions. Residents include a blend of old-timers, young artists and an international crowd. Michelin-starred restaurants sit next door to trendy taco stands, and traditional walk-ups are neighbors with glitzy high-rises. It’s all part of Chelsea's dynamic evolution.
Explore Chelsea/Hudson Yards
Subway Lines
Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 1 Subway number F Subway number M Subway number N Subway number R Subway number Q Subway number W Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number B Subway number D Subway number L
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number C 8th Ave - 25th St
Subway number E 8th Ave - 25th St
Subway number 1 7th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number F 6th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number M 6th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number N Broadway - 28th St
Subway number R Broadway - 28th St
Subway number Q Broadway - 28th St
Subway number W Broadway - 28th St
Subway number 2 7th Ave - 32nd St
Subway number 3 7th Ave - 32nd St
Subway number A 8th Ave - 33rd St
Subway number B Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number D Broadway - 32nd St
Subway number L 8th Ave - 16th St
225 West 25th Street
225-25 Housing Corp.
This six-floor, 65-unit elevator cooperative is a classic example of late 1930s Art Deco architecture, complete with large living spaces, plenty of closets, sunken living rooms, rounded soffits, recessed shelving and lovely crown and cove, original base and picture rail molding (where preserved). The wonderful layouts create the feeling of a spacious home rather than a cookie cutter apartment. Wide common hallways offer natural light from large windows. A lovely seasonal roof deck and common back yard present ample outdoor space. A central laundry, a storage cage (free!) for each apartment, bike room, video security and a live-in super who takes packages make for a fantastic and comfortable New York City community. Whole Foods is around the corner and Trader Joe's, many health clubs, and some of the best eateries of Chelsea, Hell's Kitchen and Flatiron are in the neighborhood. The building is smack in the middle of the C. E, and 1 trains, not to mention the 23rd and 34th Street crosstown buses.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1939
6 floors
65 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common roof deck
Guarantors allowed
Private storage
Video security