Carriage House - Living History

One of Manhattan’s most interesting conversions, 159 West 24th Street, is also one of the City’s hottest properties. The boutique condo is already over 80 percent sold out with just five homes remaining. Built in 1901 as a stable, the building’s claim to fame in automotive history is being the longest operating garage in NYC.  Designer Gustavo Martinez and architect Michael Schmitt collaborated on the building’s transformation, the results of which effortlessly incorporate New York history and modern loft living.  

The 24-unit building boasts high ceilings, open interiors, oversized windows and a shared rooftop patio with bbq, perfect for seasonal entertaining.  Homes are beautifully detailed with Italian wood, exposed brick, and a modern yet elegant kitchens. Private parking in the building’s hydraulic lift garage is even available for purchase – every New Yorker’s dream!

 

One spectacular residence still on the market is 6C,  a 1,020 square foot south facing loft with study ($1,295,000). Go to www.carriagehouse24.com for more information or call (212) 244-6873.