The Chelsea Mercantile
New York, NY 10001
The Chelsea Mercantile - 252 Seventh Avenue
The Chelsea Mercantile is a spectacular loft building in the heart of Chelsea. Very close to all the shopping including Whole foods, Old Navy, and Barnes and Noble bookstore, this amazing building was renovated and converted to luxury condominiums in 2000 from a mercantile building that was originally built in 1906.
With 354 units, the Chelsea Merchantile is quite large and comes with a whole host of amenities like 24 hour doorman, full fitness room, private courtyard and roof deck. There is also a large portfolio of personnel who keep the building clean and running smoothly. The vast entryway is always spotless and the door people impeccably dressed.
The Chelsea Mercantile Design
The architect of this spectacular conversion was the firm of Avinash Malhotra and Gruzen Samton who designed the property for the developer Rockrose Development. Rockrose Development is one of New York City's predominant, and largest developers who maintain a spectacular reputation on all of their projects.
Many of the apartments at The Chelsea Mercantile have exposed brick walls with 9-11 foot beamed ceilings and walk-in closets and some of the penthouses have ceilings of 11 to 13 feet, fireplaces, skylights and terraces.
The apartments at 252 Seventh Avenue have state-of-the-art wiring and luxury appliances in the kitchen with built-in garbage disposals. The master bathrooms have limestone walls and floors and most apartments in the Mercantile have washer and dryer hook-ups, if not the washers and dryers already installed.
The luxurious Chelsea Mercantile Building has size and style
- 354 units
- 21 floors
- luxury doorman building
- roof garden
- built in 1907
- washer dryers
The luxury condominium features
- 9-13 foot ceilings
- state of the art wiring
- exposed brink walls
- bathrooms have limestone walls
- Wood floors
- washer and dryers
- Gourmet kitchens
- renovated baths
- beamed ceilings
- walk in closet