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By Emma Reynolds | September 26 2019
The Art Deco-style Walker Tower in the heart of New York’s Chelsea neighborhood was originally built in 1929 by architect Ralph Thomas Walker, and was refurbished in 2013.
Situated on the 17th floor of the 22-story building, this newly listed unit has exposure to the north, south and west of Manhattan with views of the Empire State Building on one end and the Statue of Liberty on the other.
In addition to its four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, the condo measures 3,865 sq ft, which includes a spacious double-wide living room, dining room, kitchen with marble and limestone countertops, a home office connecting the north and south wings and a separate area for staff quarters.
The French herringbone oak flooring makes the space feel bright and airy, as does the natural light that floods through the floor-to-ceiling windows in each room. Bold pops of color, contemporary furnishings, structural patterns and gold-accented decor nod to the building’s Art Deco heritage.