A duplex penthouse at Isay Weinfeld‘s Jardim, a new luxury development located in the heart of West Chelsea at 527 West 27th Street, hits the market for $10.8 million with Douglas Elliman’s Holly Parker, Frances Katzen, Christopher Salierno and Steven Cohen. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling the exclusive sales and marketing for Jardim.
The residence was a collaboration between Espasso (gorgeous Brazilian collectible design) and Ash, and of course, interiors are by Isay Weinfeld.
Featuring three bedrooms and three-and-a-half-bathrooms, the apartment spans 3,663 interior square feet opening seamlessly to 804 square feet of private outdoor space. There are glorious open city and Hudson River views and soaring 11-foot ceilings throughout.
Direct elevator entry leads to a great room. Measuring nearly 40 feet long by 10 feet wide, this space has floor-to-ceiling sliding glass walls that open to a nearly 16-foot-deep by 33-foot-long terrace. A library/den also opens to the outdoor space, creating a 723 square foot indoor/outdoor entertaining space when both glass walls are open.
A custom Isay Weinfeld-designed Molteni kitchen can be accessed through sliding pocket doors. It features rich light oak cabinetry, high-performance Gaggenau appliance, sleek stainless steel surfaces, and warm terrazzo flooring. A beautifully appointed powder room completes this level.
The lower level is home to a primary suite that boasts its own private 204 square foot terrace. Sliding walls of glass open onto the terrace from both the corner bed chamber as well as the corner primary bathroom that features a freestanding soaking tub, double vanity, indoor/outdoor shower, and private water closet.
In the opposite wing, two additional bedrooms each offer their own en suite bathrooms. A full-size utility room with a side-by-side washer and dryer facilitates a discreet and comprehensive back-of-house program.
Tucked away in Manhattan’s West Chelsea neighborhood, Jardim is the first U.S. residential development by Isay Weinfeld, the world-renowned Brazilian architect and interior designer known for his hotels and high-end homes, including the Fasano Hotels around the world. The Portuguese word for garden – Jardim – is a fitting name for this plant-filled property, which boasts an ultra-private urban park. Other building amenities include a 9,000 square-foot private club that offers a 60′ sky-lit lap pool, fitness center, movement studio, children’s playroom, separate gentlemen’s and ladies locker rooms each with steam and sauna, and a massage treatment room.
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