The Pell Building, located at 24 West 30th Street in the NoMad neighborhood near Flatiron and Union Square, offers a modern, homey space to city dwellers in search of a home that combines effortless luxury with old-world charm. Originally built in 1909, the The Pell was approved for conversion into an 18-unit residential luxury condominium building in 2012 and was restored to its original glory by Cornerstone Architects, a firm known for its expertise in historic preservation. The newly designed, 12-story Pell Building is coated in a white-glaze and terra-cotta exterior. It also houses 2-4 bedroom, full-floor apartments with lustrous hardwood floors, 11' ceilings, unique pre-war details, oversized windows, and high-end designer finishes. Plus, some of the spaces are even available for conversion into duplexes. The mid-block apartments also come with a number of amenities like in-unit washers and dryers and Central air. Not to mention, The Pell is within walking distance of some of the city's trendiest venues, including the NoMad Hotel and the Breslin Lobby Bar at the Ace Hotel. Not to mention, its proximity to many of New York's top restaurants like Arirang, Keens Steakhouse, and the innovative marketplace/restaurant, Eataly, make these apartments all the more desirable. In addition to the neighborhood's buzzing food and entertainment scene, the condominium building is also in a prime location for commuting, thanks to its many nearby subway stops, as well as for antiques enthusiasts, who can delve into the area's many antiques shops. It is also nearby to many of New York's most iconic spots such as Penn Station, Madison Square Park, Herald Square, and the upstarts in Silicon Alley.
- washer/dryer allowed