Stella Tower offers 51 residences and a penthouse collection, out of which 2 remain, priced at $3.495MM and $10.49MM. The pre-war architecture lends Stella Tower a historical façade. The tower sits in Hell's Kitchen, and the interiors showcase well-appointed custom interiors, high ceilings and exquisite materials, including Nanz hardware, Nest Learning Thermostat in each residence, and fixtures of Waterworks R.W. Atlas in the bathroom.
Custom hand-laid oak flooring, cabinetry by Smallbone of Devizes, Black Zeus marble flooring, and Miele appliance package embellish the interiors to guarantee a contemporary living with modernistic details and elegance. The large tilt-and-turn windows frame breathtaking views of Hell's Kitchen and the city beyond, lending Stella Tower an air of tranquility.
This top half of this very attractive, mid-block, telephone company building at 435 West 50thStreet has been converted to residential condominiums by JDS Development, Property Market Associates and Starwood Properties.
The 17-story building is known as Stella and is named after the wife of the building’s original architect, Ralph Thomas Walker, who also designed the similar Walker Tower at 212 West 18th Street in Chelsea whose top was also converted to residential condominiums by JDS Development and Property Market Associates. The Walker Tower has 50 apartments and the Stella 51.
Cetra/Ruddy was the architect for both conversions, which will retain commercial space for Verizon, the successor firm to the original developer, New York Telephone.
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