Manhattan Condo in Stella Tower for Sale

Stats:
3 Bedrooms
3.5 Baths
2,164 sq. ft.
$5.8 million
Designed by Art Deco architect Ralph Walker in 1927 for the New York Telephone Company, Stella Tower in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood has been converted into luxury apartments. Currently for sale in the building is a unit with 11-foot ceilings, oversize windows, custom-made paneled oak doors, and hand-laid oak flooring.

The living room

The kitchen has chef-worthy appliances and polished concrete countertops.

The third bedroom can also function as an office.

The guest bedroom.

The master bedroom.

The master bath includes double sinks, a steam shower, and a cast-iron soaking tub.


By Jennifer Tzeses, Architectural Digest

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