Alma

30 W 21ST ST

Architect
Karl Fischer Architect
Developer
Beck Street Capital

Building Description

A luxury condo conversion in the Flatiron District, Alma, which means soul in Spanish, is turning heads with its lavish design and architecture. Located at 30 West 21st Street, Alma was designed by the famous architecture firm of Karl Fischer. The striking pre-war neo-Renaissance architecture of the historic building was retained when Alma was converted into a condominium building. The building mixes pre-war style with sleek modernity, mixing the two and creating luxurious apartments.   The condominiums for sale at Alma are incredibly spacious with each unit over 4,000 square feet. Units have high ceilings and Dinesen oak wood flooring. Living rooms at Alma are nearly 50-feet wide and have sweeping views of the Chelsea skyline through oversized windows. Marble countertops and an appliance package from Dada will keep any chef happy in the top-of-the-line kitchens at Alma. Master bathrooms are filled with marble and are stocked with both steam showers and Gobi soaking tubs that add up to a spa-like feel.   An extensive list of amenities allows Alma to cater to every resident's needs. A 24-hour doorman and a 24-hour concierge service can help residents with things such as making dinner reservations. Private maid service is available to clean residents' condominiums at Alma. An on-site fitness center provides a place to work out and stay in shape without leaving the building. Residents of Alma are also treated to a private yoga studio as well as a personal wine cellar. An elegant façade, superb amenities and a luxurious interior combine to make Alma one of the most noticeable condominium buildings in the Flatiron District.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • fitness center
  • pet spa
  • pool
  • rooftop deck
  • storage room
  • wine cellar
  • yoga studio
Architect
Karl Fischer Architect
Developer
Beck Street Capital

Location

Staticmap?size=450x300&zoom=16&markers=40.740799, 73

Nearby Transportation

23rd Street & Park Avenue (7 min walk)

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28th Street & Broadway (7 min walk)

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8th Street & Astor Place (8 min walk)

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Flatiron

Named after its signature landmark, the Flatiron Building, the Flatiron District is wedged between Lower and Midtown Manhattan. Within its boundaries -- Sixth Avenue, 28th Street, Park Avenue, and 14th Street -- is a wealth of historic and elegant architecture, and as a result it is a much...

 
 

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