**OCCUPANCY EXPECTED FOR 2018**
**SHOWINGS VIA SALES GALLERY & MODEL**
A spectacular penthouse situated in one of Manhattan’s hottest neighborhoods, this gorgeous 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom condo located on the 9th floor, blends a contemporary open plan layout with a selection of warm, textured finishes. Features of this 2,474 sq. ft. home include expansive panoramic views of Downtown including World Trade Center, floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings, wide-plank distressed oak flooring, an in-home Whirlpool washer/dryer, and a luxurious 375 sq. ft. terrace with views to the south and west.
Past an entry foyer and a conveniently-placed powder room the home flows into a massive open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen. The living area leads out onto the terrace while the kitchen is equipped with custom white oak cabinetry, engineered quartz countertops and backsplash, a huge eat-in island, and a suite of high-end appliances from Sub Zero, Wolf, and Miele.
The master bedroom lies on the opposite side of the home and boasts a pair of spacious closets and a windowed five-piece en-suite with a gray limestone double trough sink, gray limestone floors, White Persian honed marble walls, a walk-in glass-enclosed shower, and a separate soaking tub. The second and third bedrooms occupy the eastern side of the home and each one has private closet space and full en-suite bathrooms. The third bedroom also has direct access to the terrace.
225 West 17th is an exclusive collection of 14 apartments that exemplifies modern luxury through a lens of elegance and sophistication. The building is located in Chelsea, one of the city’s most culturally rich neighborhoods and one that is home to some of the city's most sought-after real estate. Chelsea is bounded by 14th Street to the south and 34th Street to the north, and stretches east to west from 6th Avenue to the Hudson River. It has easy access to the West Village, the Meatpacking District, and Hell’s Kitchen, and is marked by stunning art-deco architecture, exquisite dining, boutique shopping, and an abundance of recreation and park space.