Jardim, 527 West 27th St, 4A - Chelsea, New York
Meticulously conceived by award-winning Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld, this 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom residence comprising 2,191 interior and 94 exterior square feet highlights the hallmarks of Weinfeld's inimitable design, a sublime sense of proportion and a sensuous palette of warm, natural materials that imbue each space with Weinfeld's signature modernist elegance and quiet yet powerful grace. Beyond the entry gallery, an open kitchen with breakfast bar directly adjoins the gracious 25' x 27'5 great room, lined to the south with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass panels for stunning ambient light and views over the enchanting center courtyard. In the bedroom wing, a spacious master suite offers an expansive planter-boxed window, walk-in closet, and a spa-like master bath with double vanity and grand wet room. Two additional bedrooms each offer en suite baths and one of the bedrooms boasts a planter-boxed window. A powder room and utility closet with washer and dryer complete this exceptional home. Isay Weinfeld's first condominium commission in New York City, Jardim comprises 36 one- to four-bedroom residences spread across two elegantly understated towers. Jardim Norte and Jardim Sul surrounding lush, tranquil, multilevel courtyard gardens open to the sun and sky, designed in collaboration with Future Green Studio. Uniquely situated on a full West Chelsea block spanning from West 27th to West 28th streets, just west of Manhattan's fabled High Line Park, Jardim is accessed by a dramatic brick-vaulted private driveway that discretely leads to the welcoming lobby, set against the backdrop of the building's namesake greenery beyond. A stunning suite of amenities includes a 60' sky-lit lap pool, large fitness studio with separate movement studio, men's and women's changing rooms each with separate steam and sauna, massage room, children's playroom with prep kitchen, private storage and bicycle storage, as well as private parking available for purchase.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman