Construction Update: The Fitzroy, Field Condition

Now that the 10-story Chelsea condo building The Fitzroy has topped out, the building’s gorgeous green terra-cotta façade is ready to be installed. The Roman and Williams-designed building from residential real estate developer JDS Development Groups, which is inspired by Manhattan’s art deco masterpieces, will be home to 14 luxury residences that combine modern comfort and classic style. Each unique condo will have a custom interior featuring eleven-foot-high ceilings, oak floors in a classic chevron pattern, and distinctive marble counters with top-of-the-line appliances and fixtures in the kitchens and baths. These beautiful homes start at $5.2 million.​

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10-Story, 14-Unit Mixed-Use Project The Fitzroy Tops Out at 514 West 24th Street, Chelsea

In construction news, the beautiful Chelsea condo The Fitzroy has topped out at 10 stories. The new art deco-inspired building from residential real estate developer JDS Development Group and architects Roman and Williams features just 14 residences. Soon the character and sophistication of the green terra-cotta façade (with copper-clad oak windows) will be matched by the generous interior dimensions and gorgeous classic finishes of these exclusive condos: from the Fior di Pesco marble countertops and Waterworks R.W. Atlas fixtures in the custom kitchens to the copper soaking tubs and radiant-heat floors in the baths.

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Chelsea condo The Fitzroy tops out, 1 Seaport progresses in the Financial District, and more

JDS Development Group’s latest Chelsea condo project, The Fitzroy, has topped out, marking a milestone for the exciting art district development. The residential real estate developer tapped Roman and Williams to design the luxury building, which rises to 10 stories and features just 14 residences. Starting at $5.2 million, the homes at The Fitzroy offer oversized windows, high ceilings, oak doors, and oak floors in a classic chevron pattern. The art deco-inspired building, which will be covered in a striking green terra-cotta façade with custom copper-clad windows, will also provide comprehensive amenities, including a landscaped rooftop, a fully equipped fitness center by La Palestra, and bicycle storage.

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A Blueprint for Seduction

The iconic skyline of New York City is once again in bloom, as world-renowned architects put their stamp on an exclusive group of ultraluxury towers. Five-star hotel-style amenities, jaw-dropping views, and record-shattering prices are giving these glamourous newcomers city-wide buzz. But they’re not just “trophy towers”: some, like JDS Development Group’s new project The Fitzroy, with just 14 residences (starting at $5.5 million), offer a tip of the hat to Manhattan's great art deco heritage. The Fitzroy stands apart from its glass-and-steel neighbors with a deep green terra-cotta tile exterior, rich copper windows, and stylish chevron-patterned floors in every residence, among other thoughtful design choices. It all adds up to a contemporary twist on Jazz Age chic in the heart of Chelsea.

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How to Make an Unexpected Style Statement in the Kitchen

Developers and designers in New York City are turning their attention to metals—not just the kind used for structural support, but the gleaming finishes of brass and bronze, which can lend a touch of glamour to interior details. And there's a new focus for this trend: vent hoods. Once considered a practical aspect of kitchen design that was best covered up, designers have chosen to enliven the design of range hoods, making them stylish centerpieces. At The Fitzroy in Chelsea, it's all about copper. The latest residential project in neighborhood from JDS Development has luxurious interiors by Roman and Williams, which echo the building's striking Art Deco-style facade. On the exterior, green terra cotta tiles complement large, copper-framed windows. Inside, the metal range goods have been crafted from the same metal, lending the kitchen a warm and classic aesthetic.

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Construction Update: The Fitzroy

JDS Development Group's 10-story luxury condo building The Fitzroy has been completed up to its 6th floor. The tower, which has interiors by Roman and Williams, sits adjacent to the High Line Park in Chelsea. This eye-catching building, which sports a vivid green terra-cotta facade and large, copper-clad oak windows, was inspired by the great art deco skyscrapers of New York City in the 1920s and ‘30s. When complete, it will house just 14 luxury residences, ranging from 2 to 5 bedrooms.

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Roman & Williams’ The Fitzroy Rises to the Occasion and to Street Level

Just steps from the High Line, a modern icon is on the rise. On West 24th Street, The Fitzroy, a 10-story luxury residential project from JDS Development Group, has hit street level. The residential real estate developer has teamed up with Largo Investments and design firm Roman and Williams to create the 14-residence building, awash in vintage-inspired detail, from its terra-cotta exterior to interior finishes like L’Observatoire International lighting, herringbone-patterned oak floors, freestanding tubs, and copper-encased windows crafted in Italy. The Fitzroy also boasts an attended lobby, a rooftop lounge with landscaping by Evan C. Lai Landscape Design, a La Palestra-designed fitness center, a play room, and storage for everything from vintage Bordeaux to bikes.

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Living the Dream

JDS Development Group is giving Chelsea a dash of impeccable Art Deco flair via its latest development, The Fitzroy. The boutique condo recalls the glamour of Jazz Age architecture in New York City, complete with a façade crafted from green terra-cotta tiles and copper window frames. Husband and wife design team Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch brought their experience as Hollywood set designers to the sumptuous interiors of the building’s 14 dwellings. The Fitzroy will also offer a host of modern amenities, including a full suite of health and fitness options, a landscaped rooftop lounge, a children’s art studio, a climate-controlled wine cellar, and bicycle storage.

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Everything Old Is New Again

After decades of glass and steel structures dominating the skyline, top NYC real estate developers are drawing inspiration from the past to create the buildings of the future. Designed by Roman and Williams, The Fitzroy—JDS Development Group’s latest West Chelsea condominium—evokes classic Manhattan landmarks like the Woolworth Building and Alwyn Court through its Art Deco-inspired façade of green terra-cotta tile, produced by a 112-year-old family-owned factory in Europe, and its custom copper-trimmed windows. The Fitzroy is located just off the renowned High Line park at 24th Street in a neighborhood famed for the galleries, restaurants, and boutiques that run along its tree-lined streets.

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Inside the playrooms of NYC’s luckiest grown-ups

Whether you’re looking for private studio space for creative work, secluded study, or simply keeping a prized collection stored in pristine condition, each condo in The Fitzroy in West Chelsea comes with a dedicated, climate-controlled hobby room in the building’s amenities floor. As real estate development in NYC continues to trend towards open floor plans and shared amenities, there’s a real luxury in accessing a private, dedicated hideaway with 12-foot ceilings and locked doors, without leaving your building or managing a separate studio space.

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