Fans of legendary architect Ralph Walker will find their ideal home in the new Stella Tower. Conveniently nestled in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen, Stella Tower combines Walker’s iconic pre-war architectural style with the conveniences of modern living. Originally built in 1927, the new Stella Tower houses 51 ultra-luxurious condominiums and four impeccable penthouses, all designed with the modern Manhattan home buyer in mind. Carefully constructed from the world’s most beautiful materials, Stella Tower basks its residents in luxury from the heated bathroom floors to the soaring 14 foot ceilings.
These one to four bedroom condominiums provide unmatched comfort in one elegant package, complete with a premium central air system and wood burning fireplaces in select residences. Handcrafted Smallbone kitchens feature a myriad of high-end Miele appliances, gleaming, concrete countertops imported European Oak framework and custom cabinetry. These beautiful accents paired with the spacious layout set the perfect tone for preparing intimate meals at home or entertaining guests with lively dinner parties. The bathrooms are spa-like in conception, offering residents a place to unwind at the end of an arduous day. Each master bathroom features a hand shower with thermostatic controls, a custom glass shower enclosure and luxurious black Zeus marble flooring. Residents of these NYC penthouses choose to indulge in a steam shower, buttoned up with a post-shower stroll across the sumptuous heated floors. The secondary baths and powder rooms are equally appealing, boasting features like limestone herringbone mosaic floors and blackened steel vanity mirrors. Step outside of the condo, and Stella Tower has more surprises. The building’s enviable amenity suite provides residents with access to a 24-hour attended lobby, a state-of-the-art fitness center, bicycle storage space, temperature controlled grocery lockers and a residents only lounge with a bar and pantry, perfect for hosting meetings and get togethers on-site. Or plan a stunning summer soiree outside in the beautifully kept outdoor garden lounge.
The enticing Hell’s Kitchen community is the perfect setting for residents of this caliber. A stellar nightlife and a convenient commute schedule are happy byproducts of living in Midtown West. Arts fanatics will find satisfaction in the area’s countless Broadway theatre houses and musical venues. The Great White Way offers locals and tourists a chance to experience live plays and musical theatre performances featuring Tony Award-winning actors, while world-renowned venues like nearby Madison Square Garden play host to the world’s most famous bands and musicians. Of course, sports fans can also get their fix when they opt to catch an action-packed Rangers or Knicks game there. The close proximity to MSG has helped to influence 9th Avenue’s fantastic stretch of sports bars, but Hell’s Kitchen is a perfect neighborhood to find celebrity-chef driven menus as well. Visit the critically-acclaimed New American and French-inspired eatery Per Se for an opportunity to taste dishes from Thomas Keller, a chef with three Michelin Stars attached to his name. Landmarc, Taboon and Ca Va Brasserie are other eateries of repute in the neighborhood. Pop in for dinner before visiting one of the area’s top musical venues. Spots like Pacha NYC are new iterations of Ibiza mainstays, providing a touch of the Euro-club atmosphere just footsteps from home.