New NYC Condo ‘Quiet Retreat’ in Bustling City

B+B Capital has revealed a new development plan for Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood.

By Robin Nathanson, Associate Editor

New York—B+B Capital has revealed a new development plan for Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. 251 West 14th Street is the current home to a four-story building built in the 1920s. Soon it will transform into an 11-story condominium project designed by ODA Architects.

“This boutique property is located in what is considered to be one of the most vibrant and trendy areas currently in Manhattan, and is around the corner from Google’s New York City headquarters,” says Ilan Bracha, co-founder and managing director of B+B Capital. “Situated only a few blocks away from the High Line, numerous retail boutiques and prominent restaurants the building will offer buyers both a quiet refuge along with access to exciting nightlife.”

The sub-grade ground floor and C6-2A zoning allow seven residential floors, plus a duplex penthouse, to be added. Ranging from 1,700 square feet to 2,500 square feet each full-floor residence will feature 10-foot high ceilings and private elevator access. The apartments are two to four bedroom conversions with three full baths, bicycle storage, roof deck access, doorman and a common room lobby. Upper-level units will have views of the Hudson River.

The property is just off 8th Avenue near the Meatpacking District. “251 West 14th Street will be beautiful residential building nestled within a thriving and popular commercial area offering residents the best of both worlds—a quiet retreat with entertainment at their fingertips,” adds Bracha. “This is a strong neighborhood to invest in.”

Units are expected to be available for sale in the fall of 2015. The sales and marketing team for 251 West 14th Street is Bracha New York at Keller Williams NYC.

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