KCD Co-Chairman Ed Filipowski and husband, former CEO of Barneys, Mark Lee, have listed their Chelsea Penthouse with super agents Jordan Shea, Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes. Unveiled for the first time since its sponsor sale in 2009, the premier penthouse in London Terrace Towers, one of Chelsea's iconic landmarks, is now listed for $8.4 million. The residence is available for purchase with no board approval in the 1929 architectural masterpiece designed by Farrar & Watmaugh which has been full renovated for modern luxuries.
The penthouse features triple wrap terraces, quadruple exposures, 11' ceiling heights, a wood burning fireplace, and rare materials throughout. The interiors were designed by Mark Janson of Janson Goldstein is a handsome exemplification of classically modern living, playfully contained within the context of the 1920's. The residence draws inspiration from Rosario Candela, 1940’s cinema, “vintage” modern art, mid-century modern furniture, and the furious world of high-fashion, every niche and crevice of this home sings a song of serene, sumptuous living and grandiose entertaining.
The residence's layout features an ornate herringbone patterned vestibule of fumed oak, which separates the twin entertaining spaces in that wing of the home: to the South, the eat-in Kitchen; to the north, the Great Room, office and Library. The Master Suite takes up roughly 25% of the entire penthouse, offering twin bathrooms, twin walk in closets, and twin exposures.
Other finishes include state-of-the-art tech, flush-mounted audio components, high-powered water pump to ensure high-pressure from every faucet and shower head, outdoor lighting, dual zoned AC and heat, fully irrigated terrace landscaping, pocket-doors to ensure room usage flexibility, and brand new plumbing / electrical systems.
410 West 24th Street, PHA is currently listed for $8,400,000 with Jordan Shea, Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of Douglas Elliman.