Given its Chelsea location, +Art is certainly a fitting name for the condominium on 540 West 28th Street. +aRt fits in perfectly with its surrounding neighborhood and it's design was a sign of respect to the artists, poets, and architects that have helped Chelsea develop over the years. It should not be surprising that an ultra-modern approach was taken in the design process of +Art.
The interiors at +Art seek to combine the industrial elements of lofts with the modern comforts of high-ed luxury apartments. Just as in the artistic realm, contrast is important at 540 West 28th Street as well. Condominiums at +aRt have white oak floors and black granite countertops. Walnut cabinetry in the kitchen serves as a contrast to the stainless steel Sub-Zero and Bertazzoni appliances. An open floor plan gives the condominiums at +Art a loft-like feel.
With a name like +Art, it shouldn't come as a surprise that the lobby of the building at 540 West 28th Street has curated gallery in its lobby. The building also has an Art Yard, a place that lets the residents of +Art relax and collect their thoughts. +Art's rooftop deck provides views of The High Line, the Empire State Building, and the Hudson River. There is also a fully-equipped gym at +Art. A 24-hour doorman welcomes residents home to +Art. On top of all of the art in the building, +Art is one of the newest pieces of artwork to stand out in Chelsea.